DYCID & Password
Your DYCID is the personal username assigned to every student and employee at D'Youville College. You use your DYCID along with a password to get secure access to services at D'Youville, including webmail, STACI, and access to wireless internet and computer labs and printing on campus.
When do I get my DYCID?
- Students: DYCID is assigned when you register for classes.
- Employees: DYCID is created after your hiring paperwork has been processed by DYC Human Resources.
The first 5 characters of your last name + the first character of your first name + your 2 digit day of birth:
- Name: Bob Jones
- Date of Birth: January 12, 1990
- User ID: jonesb12
The last 4 digits of your SSN (or SIN) + your 2 digit month of birth + your 2 digit day of birth + X$
- Social Security Number (SSN): 123-45-6789
- Password: 67890112X$
Can't Remember Your DYCID or Password?
If you can't remember your DYCID, look it up here.
You can also use our Password Manager to register your DYC ID and password. You can configure personal questions and answers that will allow you to reset a forgotten password and unlock your account in the future.
Changing Your Login Password (PDF) describes how you can change your network/webmail password on Windows or Mac.
Tip: If you need further help, contact the Help Desk.
The Help Desk provides technology support for all D'Youville students & employees.
In Person: Visit us on the lower level of the Library
Mon-Thursday – 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM (EST)
Friday – 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Saturday – 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)
Sunday – 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EST
DYC e-mail accounts are provided automatically to all students and employees. Setting up your account is easy.
The Help Desk offers free hands-on technical support for e-mail, internet and computer hardware and software (PCs and Macs).
Keeping your computer secure will protect you from the hassles and inconvenience of repairing your system.
D'Youville students and employees can borrow audio and visual equipment free-of-charge for meetings, events, projects, and classroom presentations.