Kirtland is moving to Single Sign-on
There will be a change for how you will log into some of your web applications (i.e. Kmail, myKirtland, Canvas, etc.), but the change shouldn’t be too big if you can remember your myKirtland login.
What is Single Sign-On?
The benefits of Single Sign-On (SSO) are that once you log in, you do not need log in again for certain web applications. This also means that we are working toward a way in which staff and students have one username and password that gives each individual access to all their information with less hassle.
What applications are using Single Sign-On (SSO)
SSO is available for myKirtland (register for classes, check grades, course history, etc.), Kmail (student and college email, Google apps), NetPartner (your financial aid information), Rave Mobile Safety (get emergency alerts, college closures, class cancellations), Library Databases, NoodleTools (citing your papers), and Canvas (your online classes).
How do I know if a Kirtland application uses SSO?
If you get this login screen or if you find yourself magically logged in to a Kirtland web application after being logged in to another one. If you do not see this login screen when accessing an application, log in with the username and password that you normally do.
How do I log in?
Access your online service from the Kirtland website very top menu bar (click the image for a larger view) under the Sign in dropdown:
Username: Your Student ID#
Password: Your myKirtland Password
What do I do if I have trouble logging in?
If you are having problems with SSO, please visit this the Information Technology Services page for help.