WT Accounts

Your WT username and password will allow you to sign into most University resources including: the MyBuff Portal, computers on campus, campus wireless services, remote access to Library databases.

 

Students

Student usernames are comprised of your first and last initial and your Buffalo Gold Card (ID) number.  If you do not know your ID number please contact the Registrar's office for assistance.

Student email addresses are comprised of your first initial, middle initial, last name and a digit.  For example the email for Bucky T. Buffalo would be btbuffalo1@buffs.wtamu.edu.  This address serve as your username for Microsoft Office 365 at www.office.com. If you do not know your email address please contact the Registrar's office for assistance.

Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) using Microsoft Office 365 is available for all students.  To use this feature go here a complete the process using your University email address.

New students can activate their account by going here.

 

Faculty/Staff

Faculty/Staff access to resources should be requested prior to the first day of employment.  If you do not yet have access please coordinate with your department head to make the request.  Faculty/Staff will loose access to their account on the date of separation.

 Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) using Microsoft Office 365 is now available for all Faculty/Staff.  To register for this service go here use this feature go here a complete the process. Be sure to use your University email address as the username.

If you have already registered for this service go here to reset your password.

 

Parents/Guest

Parents wishing to login and pay a student bill can reset their passwords here.  For further assistance contact the Help Desk at (806)651-4357 to have their accounts reset.

University Guest can request wifi access at the following locations: JBK Info Desk, Cornette Library Reference Desk or Hastings Electronic Learning Center (HELC).

Guest that will be using campus computers or other resources must be sponsored by a full time Faculty or Staff member. For more information contact the Information Security Office at security@wtamu.edu.

 

Setting Passwords

A strong password is one that is difficult for others to determine by guessing or by using automated programs. A strong password is an important first step in protecting your personal information. A good password is complex, and easy to for you to remember.

Complexity Requirements:

Your password cannot contain:

*Passwords expire every 180 days