We're excited that you will be joining the Law School Community soon and congratulate you on being accepted to Santa Clara University School of Law.
Once you are officially accepted to Law School, Santa Clara University will begin the initial on-boarding process. Santa Clara University IT will be busy creating network user accounts. Once that is finished, then you will get an official notice from the Unviersity to set up eCampus, MySCU, G-Suite eMail, and Camino. This tutorial will help you set up eCampus, MySCU, G-Suite eMail, and Camino even while you are off campus.
Important terms used in this tutorial
eCampus:This is the student administration portal where you can update and/or retrieve information on items like your Blind Grading ID, registration information, personal information, etc.
Student ID: This ID number assigned to you so that you can access eCampus, usually in the format of W00000123456, where 00000123456 is your student ID (also known as 11-digit access ID but without the "W"). You will also need your 11-digit student ID to register on Examsoft's portal.
SCU Network ID: This your SCU Networking user account, i.e. your official SCU G-Suite email address minus the "@scu.edu." For example, the network ID for RBGinsburg@scu.edu is RBGinsburg.
MySCU: This is single sign-on portal to access SCU Google Suite Apps and Camino.Safe Connect: (Portal): Security layer managed by SCU IT to grant SCU users access to the Internet and SCU network resources via SCU-Student or SCU-Employee.
Policy Key: Small application that needs to be installed in order for Safe Connect portal to authenticate you on the SCU wireless network.
SCU-Student: Wireless high speed network for current SCU students only.
SCU-Guest: Public wireless network for SCU visitors on campus.
Smart Print: Pay for print system on campus.
eCampus: Changing your password, testing your access, and gathering information for setting up MySCU, G-Suite eMail, & Camino
NOTE: If you did not receive this notification email from SCU, please contact SCU Onestop at: https://www.scu.edu/onestop/ or 408-551-1000. Also, please make sure that you are in good standing with the University Bursar's Office.
Step One. Once you get the notification email from Santa Clara University, you will want log into eCampus for the first time and change your eCampus password and retrieve your initial MySCU portal password.
Visit https://ecampus.scu.edu, and enter your eCampus User ID and the temporary password that was provided to you in the official SCU email notification.
Go to the Additional Resources section and select My System Profile.
Select Change password link.
Next, enter your temporary eCampus password in the "Current Password" entry box, then enter your new password, and re-enter your new password again to confirm your new password. Select OK to apply changes. Now,
Sign Out and test your eCampus access with your new password.
NOTE: If you have issues logging into eCampus, then call the University IT Service Center at 408-554-5700 or visit their IT Service Desk located in the main library and learning commons on campus
|Once you have successfully changed your eCampus password and have logged back into eCampus using your newly created password, then select Profile to retrieve your SCU network ID and initial network password|
Select SCU Student Electronic Info.
Make a note of your Email and SCU Network ID and Original Email Passwords for each. You will need the SCU Network ID to setup MySCU portal page.
*Please note that Email ID and SCU Network ID are the same.
MySCU, SCU G-Suite eMail, and Camino: Setting MySCU, setting up MySCU security, testing G-Suite eMail & Camino
NOTE: It is recommended that you change and set your MySCU password to the same as your eCampus password. By doing so, eCampus, MySCU, SCU G-Suite eMail, and Camino passwords will be the same.
Step Two. Once you have successfully retrieved your SCU Network ID and temporary password from eCampus, then set up MySCU.
Visit https://www.scu.edu/login/ to get to the main MySCU portal login page. At MySCU page, you will enter SCU Network ID and temporary password that you retrieved from your eCampus SCU Electronic Information page.
MySCU initial login will have you change your MySCU portal password, which also updates your SCU Network ID password, SCU G-Suite eMail password, and Camino password. Additionally, you may be prompted to set up your security profile.
Once the initial MySCU setup is complete, it should let you into the portal where you can check your SCU G-Suite eMail and/or Camino accounts for the first time. For Camino, you may be prompted to enter your SCU Network ID and password.
Once you have successfully setup MySCU, you will now have access to SCU G-Suite eMail and Camino. Make sure you change your MySCU Portal password.
MySCU Portal = Network ID = Camino ID = Safe Connect ID, e.g. If your SCU Email address is RBGinsburg@scu.edu, then your MySCU Portal, Network, Safe Connect, and Camino user IDs are all RBGinsburg
If you have issues with any portion MySCU setup, then call the University IT Service Center at 408-554-5700 or visit their IT Service Desk located in the main library and learning commons on campus.
Congratulations, you have successfully set up MySCU and have access to SCU G-Suite eMail and Camino!
Bonus Step (Highly Recommended).
Since you now have access to your official SCU Gmail account, you can now
|If you have an approved Anti-Virus software, then skip this install. Otherwise, SCU Central IT recommends that you,|
1. Visit the download area to get the Free Edition of Sophos Home
2. Create an account using your official SCU Gmail account (e.g. RBGinsburg@scu.edu) at the Sophos site
3. Download and install Free Edition of Sophos Home for your personal computer laptop
|Check out our FAQ here first.|
*Always use your SCU Gmail address to create your Office 365 portal account.
When you arrive on campus, you can use your SCU Network ID and password to setup/access SCU WiFi, SafeConnect, etc.