Synchronizing your My SGU passwords

Etrust is a service that will enable you as the client to reset, unlock and unify all but your Student Self Service PIN, once you’ve set up your account following the instructions listed below:

  • Navigate to the website: etrust.sgu.edu.
  • Enter your current User Name/Password.
  • Click  on the Log In button.

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As indicated on the form:

  • Update your password and confirm it in the Change Password section.

IMPORTANT: Use a complex password that differs from  your prior password, is at least 7 characters in length, and is comprised of:

  • upper/lower case letters
  • a number
  • a special  symbol
  • Be certain to answer the 5 security questions required of you.
  • Click on the Save button (bottom, right hand side of document).

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Please wait 30 minutes prior to logging back on with your newly set password

Contributed by Meryl Abramson

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Please join us in welcoming Kerren Willner and Jim McKeown to our USSL team!

Kerren Willner - Business Analyst

Kerren Willner

We are pleased to announce that Kerren Willner recently joined the Department of Information Technology as a Business Analyst in the ERP and development group.  Kerren is a graduate of SUNY Stony Brook University where she earned a BS in Computer Science.  She brings strong business analysis skills and process improvement knowledge that will enable her to be successful here at USS/SGU. In addition to her role as BA, Kerren will also be focusing on Quality Assurance issues surrounding many of our projects. Welcome Kerren!

Jim McKeown - Software Developer

Jim McKeown - Software Developer

We are also pleased to announce that Jim McKeown recently joined the Department of Information Technology as a Software Developer specializing in Microsoft’s .NET technology.  Jim is a graduate of SUNY Stony Brook University where he earned a BS in Computer Science.  He will be working as part of the ERP and development group to help the University standardize on a .NET platform and to deliver software focused on enhancing our system platforms.  Welcome Jim!