Learn@UW - Login and Enrollment Procedures for UW-Oshkosh
The login procedure for UW-Oshkosh faculty and students is as follows:
A user may have a Campus account or a Special Internal account. Most instructors and students have Campus accounts. Special Internal accounts are created within the D2L Learning Environment and are typically used for guests and test accounts. The following rules apply only to Campus accounts:
The username is your NetID.
Use your NetID password to log on.
The only exceptions – and there are very few of them – are usernames for test students or visitors from off campus.
The logon page for UWOSH is http://www.uwosh.edu/d2lfaq/d2l-login/ .
- If you have a Campus account, press the orange "Instructors & Students" button.
- If you have a Special Internal account, press the gray "Guest Users" button.
Troubleshooting UW-Oshkosh Login Problems
While logging into Learn@UW, if the UW-Oshkosh Learn@UW user encounters "Authorization Failed" or "You entered an incorrect username or password" error, proceed as follows.
Remind the user to use their NetID for their username.
For students who are confused about what their correct username or password is, they can contact the local UW Oshkosh Help Desk, 920-424-3020 (includes after hours voicemail), email firstname.lastname@example.org, or go on site to Dempsey 207, Monday-Friday, 7:45 am - 4:30 pm. They can also try their online email lookup at http://www.uwosh.edu/directory.
Enrollment ProblemsIf a UW-Oshkosh student can log in but does not see their course listed on their homepage:
If the class has not yet met, it's because the courses have start dates set to the first day of the course. Students can't see courses before that point.
If it's after the first day, they should verify via TitanWeb that they are indeed enrolled.
If they recently added the course, they should wait 24-48 hours for the data to be updated.
- Their instructor can also manually add them to the course if they need immediate access. The student should contact their instructor about this.