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This orientaion will help you login to UA Online for the first time. If you know how to login to UA Online and want to find out how to do specific tasks on UA Online, proceed to step three.

To proceed with this orientation, you will need:

  • Your student ID
    If you don't know your student ID you can look it up using, also known as ELMO
  • A working password

Step One: Go to UA Login Page

  • You can find the UA Online login page at or you can click on the UA Online link at the bottom of NWC's webpage

  • Click on the Login to Secured Area link (shown below)

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Step Two: Login to UA Online

  • Enter your student ID number which should start with a 3XXXXXXX or UA username
  • Enter your password that you created on ELMO

Step Three: Check out features UA Online has to offer

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