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myHumboldt provides an easy way for students, staff, and faculty to access the information they need to be successful at HSU. In combination with the important campus-wide announcements, users can configure their myHumboldt pages to deliver the information they need, when they need it, in the way that works best for them.
Embedded single sign-on technology ensures secure access to relevant applications and personalized information as applicable to the user's role at the University.
All you need to access myHumboldt is an up-to-date browser and your HSU User Name and Password.
Everyone associated with the University should provide an emergency text notification cellphone number that can be used to contact you in case of a campus emergency. Students enter this information in the Personal Info pagelet on their myHumboldt home page; staff and faculty should enter their information on the Contacts tab of the My Profile pagelet on the Faculty/Staff tab in myHumboldt.
Logging into myHumboldt logs you into all the applications integrated into the portal that you're authorized to access, so there are some specific security precautions all users should be aware of:
For additional security tips, please refer to the security section of the ITS website.
Users working with the following applications log in through the portal using the CAS system but will use the applications themselves outside of myHumboldt; however, the CAS 45-minute portal time-out will apply.
Users of these applications should be aware that the applications are integrated only into CAS, not to myHumboldt itself.
Just open up your browser and go to http://humboldt.edu/myhumboldt. Enter your HSU User Name and Password and you will see a tabbed screen offering you all the options and applications currently available to you through myHumboldt.
While myHumboldt works with most popular browsers, some of the applications accessed through it are less flexible, so use the browser that works best with your target applications when you access myHumboldt.
Note that, once every semester, you will be asked to enter, update, or reconfirm your emergency text notification number or opt out of the HSU Alert emergency text notification service before access to myHumboldt isgranted.
Once you're logged into myHumboldt, you have access to a whole range of campus services and applications through dedicated "pagelets". In addition to campus-wide information and access to common applications like Gmail and search:
Each department has a designated "portal publisher" who is tasked with delivering updated information about their department on a regular basis via the pagelets. Users can move pagelets around within the current tab or to the Home tab so that the ones you use most are in the most convenient position for you. The contents of many pagelets can also be shown or hidden - follow the customization help guidelines to make myHumboldt work best for your needs.
Every application accessed through myHumboldt, as well as myHumboldt itself, is protected by a time-out period which logs you out of an application if you have not accessed it for a predetermined period of time (you'll see a warning message before the system logs you out, at which point you can choose to stay logged in). This time-out is required by security auditors to keep protected data secure. The timeout period for most applications is 45 minutes; Moodle, STARS, and the Library Articles & Databases time out after 2 hours, and Gmail and other Google Apps after 1-3 days (HSU has no control over this last one).
Please think security when you log out of an application or myHumboldt itself and be sure to close your browser to fully quit or exit the application.
If you have comments or questions about myHumboldt, please send them to email@example.com.
On the web at http://humboldt.edu/myhumboldt
Use of myHumboldt and its integrated applications are covered by the CSU Responsible Use Policy.