Self-service university account
You receive a Tilburg University account and a password the moment you enter into the employ of the university or when you register as a student. Only when you change this password in the self-service will you have access to a large number of the university's digital services.
I forgot my password
If you have forgotten your university account password, it can be reset.More information
You can change your own password through the Selfservice university account.More information
How do I make a strong password?
Are you using one of the ten most commonly used passwords? And do you fail to change your password every six months? In this article, we give you a few simple tips to create strong passwords.More information
For which applications can I use my password?
Your password is valid for a large number of digital services provided by the university. You need the password for web access through Single Sign On, to log on to your PC, to access your mailbox and the wireless network and a lot of other services.
Please note: a number of applications do not use the university username/password combination. When you change your university password via the self-service these passwords will remain unchanged. Examples of these applications are: Planon, SAP and xFlow.
How long will my password be valid?
Your password has a limited life-time. For security reasons Tilburg University requires you to change your password at least once every half year. When it is time for you to change your password, you will be notified when you login via SSO and by e-mail.Your password will automatically expire if you don't respond in time.
First aid for data breaches
It can happen to anyone: you accidentally send an email to the wrong person. Or your work laptop is stolen. This is not only unpleasant for you, but possibly also for others: it could cause a data breach. In this post we explain what a data breach is, why it is important to pay attention to it and what you should do if you are confronted with one.