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Steps required for first sign in to new computers, and computers that have been reimaged, as well as checkout machines.
Starting with the beginning of the Fall 2023 semester, UIT will offer a new platform for the UND community to remotely access many software applications typically found in our computer labs. The service, called UND Labs Anywhere, is powered by Apporto. Apporto is a cloud solution and will replace our current virtual application solution, Citrix. Citrix will no longer be available as of August 15, 2023.
A list of the systems used at UND, what they are used for, credentials used to log in, and links to respective pages.
These step-by-step instructions will show you how to locate and open your course's Blackboard site.
Logging into Apporto through the Apporto website.
Students, faculty, and staff at UND use the Microsoft Office 365 email system, which is provided by the North Dakota University System (NDUS). Learn all about your UND Office 365 email.
Your NDUS account is your passport to all the UND systems. These credentials give you access to your UND email, Blackboard, Campus Connection, and almost all the other systems used by the university.
How to get help with Starfish.
To log into SafeColleges go to and log in the same way you log into Blackboard, Campus Connection, or HRMS.

For the Username enter your NDUS identifier and for the Password use your Single Sign On password.
*You must have a Dropbox account to log in.
Instructions to change the login password on Mac.
Starfish Retention Solutions is a system which assists with student retention, by identifying risk factors and connecting students with resources and support to help students achieve their academic goals.
This article lists solutions for the Zoom 'bad request / unauthorized' error that is sometimes seen when the user clicks a Zoom meeting link in Blackboard.
Steps to join a Zoom meeting when a login is required to join.
The timing of Blackboard access may be different for enroll anytime (independent study) and non-credit courses and certain programs that have an alternate start date.