Identity and Access Management

Services relating to authentication and access to university resources like NinerNET and sponsored guest requests.

  • Service managed by OneIT that provides authentication and authorization framework.

  • Service offered by departments for the management of specific groups in the Central Active Directory environment.

  • Banner Self Service is the system used by students to register for classes, view grades and financial aid status and update personal information; by faculty and advisors to enter grades and advise students; by employees to view pay information and update personal information. Banner self service is accessed through my.uncc.edu

  • Service provided by departments for the provisioning and updating of room and building access control as managed through the Open Options system (managed by Facilities Management).

  • Departments that are managing and supporting a domain outside of the central ITS managed Active Directory environment.

  • Access management tool used for group and role provisioning.

  • Legacy Banner Self Service allows former students and employees to access their Banner information.

  • Mosaic Computing is available to every College of Engineering faculty, staff and student. Provisioning of accounts is handled by Mosaic Computing administrators.

  • NinerNET accounts provide access to computers and University computing systems and services like Gmail, Canvas and my.uncc.edu. Every faculty, staff and student gets a NinerNET account.

  • ninernet.uncc.edu is the interface to manage your NinerNET account. Through the tool, you can change your password, manage Duo two-factor authentication and, for Faculty/Staff, create an email alias.

  • Provisioning and access control for Linux systems in CLAS.

  • For use by Student Affairs Faculty/Staff to report new and departing employees in the division for the purposes of adding/removing access to divisional IT systems.

  • OneIT provided standard that utilizes the Shibboleth Identity Provider software in order to facilitate a unified (single sign-on) experience for web based authentication.