NetIDs are automatically generated based on information in the University's core business systems: GMS (human resources), Banner and Destiny (student systems), the Alumni database, the Sponsored University Associate (SUA) system and the MedStarGeorgetown HR system. To get a NetID, you must be active in at least one of those systems.
Your department's administrative manager should submit paperwork. If they've submitted the necessary paperwork, you can check the Georgetown University online directory from campus each morning to see if your NetID has been created.
- Active, registered students can refer to the Georgetown University online directory while on campus to see their NetID. From other locations write firstname.lastname@example.org to get your NetID.
- Incoming students should expect a passwords letter from the Admissions Office sent by postal mail to the address on your application. Go to the password information page for more information
Alumni who never had a NetID can go to the Alumni NetID claim page and enter their registration number to generate a NetID.
When a NetID is created for an Associate, the information is sent by email to the Associate's email address in the SUA system. By default, Associates are not visible in the on-line directory.
Who do I contact if I need additional assistance or escalation with a NetID issue?
If you need help navigating the administrative process to get a NetID generated, please contact the UIS Service Center at email@example.com or 202-687-4949.
The paperwork's done. When will my NetID be created?
NetIDs are generated periodically through the day. You can find your NetID by checking the Georgetown University online directory.
How can I get electronic services now for faculty who won't start for several months?
It may be possible for the faculty member to be entered in GMS prior to the beginning of their contract. Please contact your Dean's office for assistance.
I have a contractor starting in my office. Can she get a NetID?
The Sponsored University Associate (SUA) system is the home for University contractors. Information about Associates is available through the link at the above right.