Step 1- Activate your Student Computer Account
You must activate your UL student computer Account by:
A) Changing your Initial password
B) Registering for self Service Password reset
Your username is yous student ID number
Your Initial Password is your Date of Birth in the following format ddmmmyyyy(no spaces) e.g. 21Feb1997
Changing your initial Password
Registering for Self Service Password Reset
Registering for Self Service Password Reset allows you to reset your computer account password usisng a security code issued via SMS. Please follow the on screen instructions. If you are not automitaclly redirected go to https://passwordregistration.ul.ie
Once your student computer account has been activated you will have access to the student Portal and a range of computer resources both on and off campus.
Please make a note of your new password, as this will be required to complete the rest of your enrolment and to access computer resources in the University of Limerick. Students must reset their Student Computer Account Password at a minumuim once every 360 days. Your student email account can take up to 36 hours to be created after activation.
You will be notified by email at the email address you provided when you applied through the Central Applications Office (CAO). Normally you will be issued an email within two working days after the day on which you accept your CAO offer.
You will receive an email notifying you as to when you can enrol online. The email will outline the different steps in the process. This involves the following
All the precise details will be included in the email notification. For more information please visit our Orientation page.
You enrol on your programme and you register your modules. Registration is a completely seperate process. You must register for your modules by the end of week 1. You can do this online at https://www.si.ul.ie. All students must register for their modules regardless of whether their programme has optional/elective modules.
You must enrol on your programme before you can register for your modules.
After you have enrolled online, there is a second part of the enrolment process that takes place during orientation week. This is part of your orientation schedule and involves