How to register for an ITS Account
New applicants: Once you've applied and received your 7-digit Warwick University ID you can use the link below. You will be able to access a limited range of services until you have enrolled at Warwick.
New students: You'll need to enrol before you can register. You'll get an email before your course starts telling you when and how to do this. If you got the email, but can't find it now, you can enrol online at warwick.ac.uk/welcome. Don't try this unless you've received the email though - our systems won't be ready for you otherwise.
New staff: You can register once Human Resources have added you to their systems. Your department will arrange this for you.
Open Studies Certificate students: You don't need to enrol - you can register straight away.
Assuming you've sorted out everything above, go to:
Once registered, you have to:
- Comply with regulations governing the use of University computing facilities.
- Make sure your password complies with our password guidance.
- Make sure only you use your ITS account.
Staff and enrolled students will be able to access the following services once they have registered their accounts:
- Microsoft Office
- Work Area computers
- Campus Wi-Fi
- UNIX facilities
Note: Applicants will only have access to a very limited range of services.
Registration error: invalid University ID or date of birth
If you have just been issued with your University ID, you may need to wait 24hrs to allow the card number to be downloaded from the central records database.
If you have had your University ID longer than 24hrs, please check that you have entered the correct number – ensure that you are entering a seven-digit number.
If you are sure that you have entered the correct information, yet you still receive the error message, then students should contact the Academic Office and staff should contact Human Resources. Both departments are located in University House. They may need to check that they have the correct date of birth associated with your University ID.