How does the Student Portal work?

Many functions are integrated into the Student Portal. This is what you can do on each page.

The most important things first

Home page

The home page is the first screen you see when you log in. It shows you the main menu and the logout option. Here you can:

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Overview

My Courses

The My Courses page shows you an overview of all your courses. Here you can:

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Course information

Course Details

The Course Details page shows you the course information, course materials, assignments etc. Here you can:

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General faculty information

My Organisations

Via My Organisations you can access:

Academic calendar

My Timetable

This page shows you a day-to-day view of your UM timetable. All your UM meetings are organised so your can access your course materials directly from the timetable. You can also see who else is in the meeting. Here you can:

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Never be late

My Deadlines

This page filters out all your deadlines from your timetable so you have them all in one nice overview. The deadlines are color-coded to indicate their urgency.

Mail access

My Webmail

Here you can access your webmail (opens in new tab) without having to login again. You can also find instructions on how to connect UM e-mail to your personal e-mail program.

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The most important links

UM Launchpad

This page allows you to manage links to other systems, webpages and applications. Some support the single login system the portal uses so you can access them without logging in. Here you can:

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Find your way to the right helpdesk

Help

If you need help, use the build-in function to send a request to the ICT Servicedesk yourself or to send us your feedback: the Student Portal was developed in collaboration with students. If you have good ideas to improve the portal, please share them with us.

The second page of the Help contains the contact details of SSC and the faculties for study related questions.

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What does this mean for staff members?

Impact for staff