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My SacLink Account & My Sac State
Manage your university account, and access the technology services available to you through My Sac State.
What You Can Do
Create Your Account
Your campus SacLink account allows you access to a variety of campus resources, such as campus email, My Sac State, Office 365, computer labs, and library databases. Generally, the following individuals are eliglble for a new account:
- Student applicants
- Incoming new faculty or staff
- Sponsored guest accounts
Manage Your Password
Self-service Password Manager allows you to change your account password, reset a forgotten password, and add or update your security questions. Having issues? Let us know by calling (916) 278-7337 or reaching out to us.
Rename Your SacLink Account
You can request to make a change to a username and/or email alias of your univeristy account.
- Note: These requests are scheduled for Tuesday afternoons on the week of receipt, and any requests received during the last two weeks of a semester will be rescheduled.
Change Your Email Alias
You can request additional versions of your university email address to make sure campus community members are able to reach your inbox successfully. Email aliases are like automatic email forwards, where messages sent to one address is received by another.
Log in to My Sac State
My Sac State is your secure portal to univeristy technology resources, including your @csus.edu email, as well as the Student, Employee, Faculty Centers, which are customized for you:
- Student Center - Offers course registration, links to Canvas, Smart Planner and the KEYS to Degree Toolbox, official grades, financial aid information, unofficial transcripts, tuition/fee payment, and more.
- Employee Center - View and manage details including personal information, leave balance reporting, benefits, paycheck data, and more.
- Faculty Center - Provides teaching schedule, class and grade rosters, advising center, and more.
Request 2-Step Verification with Duo
Two-Step verification with Duo also known as "multi-factor authentication," provides an extra layer of security in addition to passwords. This extra step ensures University information, transactions or online work is safer from unauthorized access.