What is a NetID?
Your NetID is your network identity at Queen’s. It is the “user ID” needed to sign on to applications and online services, including Queen’s email and calendar services. Queen's is in the process of assigning NetIDs to all alumni, even those who didn't use NetIDs as students, so that you can access new online services. All alumni will have NetIDs assigned by January 2014.
As a Queen’s alumnus, you can now use your NetID for the following:
Beginning in January, 2014, your NetID will give you access to these new services:
Can I use my faculty/staff NetID?
If you are a current member of Queen’s faculty or staff, you will have a different NetID than the one you had when you were a student. Faculty and staff NetIDs are not interchangeable with alumni NetIDs. You will need to use your alumni NetID for these services. In most cases, this will be the same as your student NetID.
I am a Queen's affiliate. Can I get a NetID?
We currently offer NetIDs to Queen’s alumni (graduates of undergrad, graduate, or professional programs at Queen’s) and “alumni non-grads” (those who have completed at least a year of courses and whose class has graduated.) We do not currently offer access to Queen’s affiliates (those who have completed studies at the Bader International Study Centre, post-doctoral fellowships, Post-Graduate Medical Education, or Primary Care Residents) but access may be given in the future.