The SUNet ID is a unique 3-8 character account name that identifies you as a member of the Stanford community, with access to the Stanford University Network of computing resources and services. it's your unique identifier and/or login ID in many of Stanford's online systems.
Moreover, what is a SUNet ID?
The SUNet ID is an account name that identifies you, uniquely and permanently, as a member of the Stanford community. It is recorded in Stanford business systems and is visible to university employees.
Beside above, how do I get a SUNet ID at Stanford?
SUNet ID and password instructions:
- Locate the Stanford University ID number at the top of your admission letter.
- Go to accounts.stanford.edu.
- Click Create a new SUNet ID.
- Select the first option (I have a University ID) and enter the requested information.
- Once chosen, your SUNet ID cannot be changed.
What is my Stanford ID number?
Where do I find my Stanford student ID number (SUID)? You can find your SUID number on on your acceptance letter from Dean Rick Shaw and on your Approaching Stanford Forms under your student photo.
How do I get a sponsor ID?
To set up your SUNet ID:
- Open the invitation email from your sponsor.
- On the Identify Yourself form, enter your last name and date of birth, then click continue.
- On the Choose Your SUNet ID page, type your desired SUNet ID.