Resources for students
There are a few things you'll need to review and do before you are fully connected to the campus network, but don't worry, you'll be set up in a few steps.
- Review phone enrollment requirements
Under HS Policy No. 9453-C, encryption is required for all types of workstations, mobile devices, and removable media used for any University business.
- Set up your Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
What is MFA?
- DUO MFA adds a layer of security to help protect the school’s network and data as well as individual identities and personal information
- Get DUO (iOS) →
- Get DUO (Android) →
UCLA Heatlh: Activate UCLA Health MFA to remotely access Mednet Email, CareConnect, and more. Activate UCLA Health MFA →
UCLA Main Campus: Activate UCLA Logon (main campus) MFA to remotely access applications protected by UCLA logon ID, including My UCLA, BruinBill, and more. Activate UCLA Logon MFA →
- Review the encryption requirements
Encryption is a required data safeguard for school-issued devices.
Ensure compliance in three steps:
1. See if your device is already encrypted.
2. If necessary, encrypt your device using Bitlocker or FileVault.
- You may also visit IT Connect to have experts encrypt your device at no charge.
- BitLocker and FileVault are recommended for personal computers and are built into most Windows and Mac operating systems.
- Note: Bitlocker is not available for Windows 7 or 10 Home Editions.
- Visit https://uclahs.fyi/onthehub to upgrade to a Windows version that has Bitlocker.
3. Install OnGuard to access the UCLAHealthSecure wireless network.
- OnGuard makes sure your device is properly encrypted and allows you to access the UCLAHealthSecure wireless network.
- Review our guide for connecting remotely
If you need to log in while off campus, please review our guide for connecting safely and securely.