University Identification Numbers (UINs)
UINs: a short definition
A University Identification Number (UIN) is a unique combination of nine numbers that the University uses to permanently identify people in its computer and recordkeeping. Read the FAQ for who gets UINs.
Retrieve your UIN
- Current students and employees should visit the Retrieving your UIN page.
- Did you attend after 1996 but don't attend now? Go to the Retrieving your UIN page.
- Did you attend before 1996? Contact i-card Programs.
Request a UIN
Individuals cannot request UINs for themselves.
Does your unit need a UIN to help someone get campus services? Go to the Requesting a UIN page.