On 16 November My University will be getting a makeover. The login screen will have a new look and feel, with blue as its main colour to distinguish it more clearly from the red public website.
My University is a protected environment that contains information for staff and students of the University of Groningen. You can log in to My University with your P or S number. The My University link can be found at the top right of any www.rug.nl page.
Once you log in to My University you will be taken straight to your personal homepage, known as the Dashboard. A small part of the Dashboard contains information for everyone. The rest can be furnished to taste, using what are known as widgets. You can, for example, install widgets for Twitter, the UK, the CIT Service Desk, the Library or My News. Have a look in the Widget Store (via the button Options on the Dashboard) to get an idea.
All information from the RUG Planner, Progress and Nestor, to name but a few applications, are also easily accessible via your own Dashboard.
My University also provides a host of internal information for staff and students via the Infonet tab. In addition to general information, this section also contains the Intranet for your own faculty or service. Internal information can be found via the search box or the menus in My University.
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