Campus Portal FAQs

What is the Portal?

The Portal has been designed to improve communication, convenience, and collaboration on campus. It will provide you access to the various systems on campus in one location, and through a consolidation of various technology accounts (e.g., BlueNet, Kronos, Blackboard, etc.) simplify access through the use of a master College account.

It is our goal to provide single sign on capabilities with the Portal over time, meaning you will be able to log in to the Portal once and then have seamless access to all other systems. Please keep in mind that this is a very complicated process given the complexity of the systems we are attempting to integrate along with the fact that they are provided by numerous vendors. While this will take some time, the initial step towards single sign on will be the use of your College account. This is the account based on your eNumber, which many of you are already using to access BlueNet.

This move towards single sign on will require that passwords to these various systems be unified into a single secure password. We will provide an easy-to-use online method for you to activate your College account and synchronize these passwords. After activating your College account, you will have a single username (e0000000) and password to access all systems on campus through the Portal. While you might initially need to log in to some systems separately, you will have a single account and over time see the full benefits of single sign on as you are seamlessly linked from system to system upon entry to the Portal. If you have any questions, please contact the Help Desk at 630-617-3767.

Portal for All Campus Members

All members of the college campus are required to access the Campus Portal. Members can access their Campus Portal at any time by accessing it here: http://my.elmhurst.edu/. The Campus Portal is the primary form used to access all campus computers and accounts. If you have any questions, please contact the Help Desk at 630-617-3767.

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