In collaboration with our friends in the Students Union, The Library, Student Services and the University Marketing Department, we have put together a helpful IT pre-flight checklist for anyone graduating or leaving the University.
On completion of your studies, you will have a limited time to access your Student IT account and associated IT Services. Emails / Office 365 / Blackboard / Print / H: Drive Storage and more.
When does this happen?
|If you Graduate/Leave in…||Month IT Account Disabled|
|September||October (beginning of)|
|January||February (beginning of)|
|Mid-Course||Following Month (beginning of)|
NOTE: You will not be able to access your account after these dates.
Take a look through the different sections below to ensure you don’t lose any of your work, emails or print credit before you go:
Make sure you save/backup any important emails prior to graduation if you want to take them with you.
Make sure you only credit your print account with the necessary costs for your printing up to the end of your studies. As any print credit cannot be refunded.
Make sure you save/download any files that you want to keep on OneDrive and Office 365.
Make sure you save/download any work from Blackboard. Including your transcripts and grades alongside any of your feedback from marking and work that you have submitted to Blackboard and need copies of.
Adobe Creative Cloud
Eligible College Of Arts Students Only
Did you know… You can change your Adobe ID email address and take your Adobe ID account with you (subject to purchasing an Adobe subscription)
However, if you are not, looking to take out an Adobe Subscription when you leave then make sure you save/download your Adobe files/tools.
Did You Know… that you can receive associate access as a University Alumni?
Contact the Library for further details and to enable your associate access.
Becoming an Alumni
When you graduate from the University you will become part of our global alumni community, which is made up of more than 90,000 University of Lincoln graduates from across 135 countries.