Remember to pack your digital suitcase
Computer accounts for students leaving the University will normally be closed on completion of your studies. Those students attending the graduation ceremonies will continue with their accounts until the week after that event. If you intend to continue studying at the university, and have been accepted on another course, your computer account will remain active providing your entry in the Student Records system accurately reflects this. It is primarily your Student Record that determines whether your computer account will be disabled or not.
Upon closure of accounts, students will no longer have access to campus computing resources, including files stored on Teesside University (TU) servers. To prepare for this departure from TU services and the closing of University accounts, students are reminded of the following:
- Transfer files that you wish to keep to your home computer. You may have files stored in the following locations:
- U: drive or home space
- Web Space
- Student OneDrive
https://url.tees.ac.uk/15 and register your security details. You will need to do this to reset your password if you ever forget it. Failure to do this will mean your account will be permanently locked out if you forget your password.
- Once you finish your course of study your student mailbox is automatically deleted. Please forward any important emails to another mail account before you leave.
- For wireless users (mobile phone & laptops) remove Eduroam from your Network Connections.
- Make sure that you have used up all of the balance in your printing, photocopying and cashless account. To check how much credit you have, go to http://MyTUSC.tees.ac.uk where the balance for MyPrint and cashless is displayed.
- Be aware that you may need to remove some University academic software when the licence expires e.g. SPSS licence is renewed annually.
- Return any outstanding equipment loans to the IT service desks or the Library iZone.
- Return any outstanding library loans.
- Keep in touch via Alumni