You log into most UM computer systems with your NetID: your first initial, last initial and six numbers (e.g. ab123456). The initial password for your NetID is the last six digits of your 790 ID number. You can find your NetID under the personal information section in CyberBear.
You can find and manage your NetID password through ONEstop. Your password must be changed at least once a year.
CyberBear is a web self-service system where you can access your student records, register for classes, make payments, and more. Log into CyberBear using your NetID (see your admission letter) as a user name. Your initial password is the last six digits of your 790# number. You are required to change your PIN and set a security question the first time you log into CyberBear: http://cyberbear.umt.edu/ More detailed information about the log in process can be found at: http://umt.edu/it/cyberbearlogin/.
** You can also log into Cyberbear via ONEstop **
You can log into ONEstop and move seamlessly among many secure online systems. Use ONEstop to access personal academic information and add channels of university, Missoula, and national content to your pages. ONEstop also includes offical notices from UM departments to you. You can log into ONEstop at: http://onestop.umt.edu/.
UMConnect is a suite of Microsoft-hosted Live@EDU services. It is the official email for all University of Montana students. Students activate their UMConnect accounts at www.umt.edu/umconnect using their NetID and password. Students can also activate via ONEstop.
IT Central provides free consulting and troubleshooting services on a variety of software programs and technology tools such as e-mail, Microsoft Office, wireless access and various operating systems. www.umt.edu/it/itcentral
All computers that access UM's campus database must have up-to-date anti-virus software. UM provides Symantic Anti-Virus for both PCs and Macs to University students, including access to Symantec's frequent virus definition updates. IT Central distributes this software.
Ask Monte is a searchable on-line knowledge base that provides answers to commonly asked technology and other questions. http://www.umt.edu/askmonte/
Resident technology assistants provide tech support to students living in residence halls. RTAs can provide basic assistance with hardware, software, and network connection problems. http://www.life.umt.edu/dco/