Find answers to the most frequently asked questions below.
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Where do I login to my online course?
Login to HuskyCT with your NetID and password by going to http://huskyct.uconn.edu
How do I obtain a NetID or reset my password?
Check the UITS NetID website for information on NetID accounts.
What should I do if I am accessing my online course from a foreign country?
Some foreign countries may limit or prohibit access to certain US web-sites, including YouTube, ProctorU.com, HuksyCT.uconn.edu and other sites required for completing your online course. It is your responsibility to review the course syllabus ahead of time and understand any limitations there may be in accessing required content. While using UConn’s VPN might or might not allow you to gain access to HuskyCT and other related content, it is your responsibility to be aware of and abide by any laws and regulations where you are located.
Who do I contact for technical support in my HuskyCT course?
ITS Help Center provides technical support for HuskyCT.
- View the ITS Help Center website for contact hours, email and phone information.
- Self help options are available via ITS Help Center knowledge base.
- After hours and weekend support can be found on the HuskyCT 24x7 Course Support site.
ITS Help Center information is also available from the Student Help tab within HuskyCT.
How can I receive help with Student Administration System (SAS) (e.g., adding, dropping, or registering for courses, reviewing my schedule etc.)?
Where can I download software required by my course?
Who do I contact for difficulty accessing readings or streaming videos from the UConn Library?
See the Library's Help page to chat or to find library contact information.
Where can I find academic support for my online course?
How do I contact the Registrar?
What should I do if I need an accommodation in my online course?
To request accommodations for an online course, please contact the Center for Students with Disabilities.
Where can I find information on career development?
The Center for Career Development provides services for both undergraduate and graduate students.
I’m enrolled in an online graduate program, where can I find more information?
The Graduate School site provides information for graduate students including current course offerings, registration and more.