Your username and password are required for authentication in all computer labs and when using the campus wireless network. Your Username is the beginning of your CBU e-mail address, up to the @. Your password is your date of birth in yymmdd format.
For example, if your CBU email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and your date of birth is January 13,1994:
Username: cbu11xyz Password: 940113
You are advised to change this password to something only you would know, using a combination of letters, numbers and special characters. Directions for changing your password
You will be assigned a CBU email address upon acceptance to the University which will be sent to your personal email account. If this does not arrive in your inbox please check your junk mail folder. Your CBU email address will be the primary mode of communications between the University and you. Please check it often. For more information please see the CBU Student E-mail Policy.
You can access the webmail server through the CBU website, or directly by visiting: https://outlook.office365.com/cbu.ca.
Please note that forwarding your CBU email is done at your own risk.
To access CBU’s Student Information System, theSIS, for course records and financial information, you must enter your CBU email address and password.
If your professors use Moodle for course management, you may access this through the CBU website, or directly by linking to https://courseware.cbu.ca/moodle
As you register for courses, the courses will be added to your account. To log into Moodle use the same Username and Password you use to log into the network.
Please Note: Use Print Preview to ensure you are printing only what you intended to print.
In order to print in the labs, you must first prepay for printing. “Print Credits” may be purchased from the Help Desk in the Marvin Harvey Building. We recommend you deposit $20 at the beginning of the year. Printing costs $0.10 per page, $0.15 for a double-sided page, and $0.25 per coloured page. To determine your current print credits, when logged into a computer under your account, you will see a black dollar sign ($) in the notification area of the task bar. Hover your mouse over this icon to see the print credit total on your account.