University of Minnesota

Guest Accounts




For assistance, call:
Crookston:
 (218) 281-8000
Duluth:
 (218) 726-8847
Morris:
 (320) 589-6391
Twin Cities/Rochester:
 (612) 301-4357
More help options

On this page you can create a guest account for use with various services at the University of Minnesota. Fill out the form below and select "Create Account" when you have finished. For security reasons, exit from your Web browser at the end of any session in which you enter or change your password or other personal information.

Your email address may not end in umn.edu; if you are already affiliated with the University of Minnesota, your department should purchase a sponsored account for you. If you do not have an email address, here are some links to free web-based email providers.

WARNING:A valid email address is required. Guest accounts without a functioning email address will be closed. Once an account is created, the University will periodically contact you to verify that your email address is still valid.

Email address:
Re-type email address for verification:

Passwords are vital to computing safety. Here are some tips for choosing a good password.

Passwords must:

  • Not contain all or any three character part of the user's account name.
  • Not contain the user's first name, middle name, or last name.
  • Be from 8-125 characters in length (some client software is limited to 32).
  • Contain characters from three of the following four categories:
    • English uppercase letters (A through Z)
    • English lowercase letters (a through z)
    • Digits (0 through 9)
    • Nonalphanumeric characters (e.g., !, #, %)
  • Not end in a space, although they may contain spaces (e.g. '3 Brown mice')

Set initial password to:
Re-type initial password:

The information requested on this screen is used to identify your guest account. It will be used to contact you regarding changes to your guest account itself. Also, any applications you use at the University of Minnesota may send you email for various purposes. Consult each application's privacy policy for specific details.

The University of Minnesota will not reveal this information to third parties except as required by law.

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