What is Griffith single sign on?

As of 16th of January 2011 we have enabled the Single Sign-On (SSO) feature for all wireless devices connecting to the Griffith University wireless network. When you connect to the Griffith University wireless network you will automatically be logged into Internet Access.

How do I log into Griffith?

Choose ‘With your Griffith Login’ Enter your Griffith University user name and password and click ‘enter login’ (NOTE: if you have already signed into myGriffith you will not need to complete this step). Choose ‘My Accounts’ to check your details.

How do I connect to Griffith WIFI?

To connect to the Griffith University wi-fi network: Go to: Getting connected….To connect to the Eduroam wireless network:

  1. Go to: Eduroam.
  2. Click on your operating system.
  3. Follow the instructions to configure your device.

How do I get my academic transcript from Griffith?

Where can I find my unofficial academic transcript (enrolment record)?

  1. Login to myGriffith.
  2. Select ‘My Program’ from the main menu.
  3. Select ‘Get an Academic Transcript’ under the ‘I want to …’ heading.
  4. Choose ‘Unofficial transcript’ from the ‘Report type’ drop down menu.
  5. Click the ‘view report’ button.

What LMS does Griffith use?

Course Management Griffith is redeveloping the flow of data between PeopleSoft and our Learning Management System (LMS) to improve the interconnectivity of our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Some existing LMS course management tools will be redeveloped in PeopleSoft to support this change.

How do I withdraw from a course Griffith?

Select ‘My Program’ from the main menu and click the red ‘Manage enrolment’ button. Click the green ‘Manage enrolment’ button on the Student Centre. Click the ‘Select Classes’ tab at the top of the page. Click the ‘Drop course’ button next to the course you wish to drop and then confirm your decision.

Is Griffith a good university?

Griffith holds a five star rating for overall educational experience from the Good Universities Guide, an independent guide to Australian higher education. We also have five star rankings for our highly qualified staff, skills development, and teaching quality.

How do I connect to Griffith University?

Enter your Griffith username followed by @griffith.edu.au, then your password and select Continue. These credentials will also provide you with access to the eduroam network when you visit other educational institutions in the eduroam federation. Find out more at griffith.edu.au/eduroam. Select Done.

Does eduroam have a limit?

There should be no data limit when using the eduroam network. You can contact eduroam support if you would like further clarification or further questions.

Do you have to pay for academic transcript?

You usually have to pay a fee for official transcripts, which come directly from your school’s registrar. Most schools will not let you enroll without an official transcript.

How do I get my ACU transcripts?

The online Academic Transcript request form can be accessed via https://forms.acu.edu.au/public/study_at_acu/academic_transcript_request. If you require a copy of your Academic Transcript urgently, please visit your local AskACU Centre where you can purchase one in person.

Where is Griffith University Australia?

south-east Queensland
Griffith University has five campuses between Brisbane and the Gold Coast in south-east Queensland, as well as a digital campus.

How does single sign on work at Griffith University?

This service provides login access to enterprise applications services across all campuses. Access is made up of two components: Login for Griffith Applications (eg. Staff portal, gMail, Learning@griffith etc) accessed through the Griffith Single Sign On web service; and

Where can I find the Griffith Staff Portal?

The primary site for Griffith staff is the Staff portal. A link to Staff portal is available at the top of most Griffith webpages to facilitate easy access. Request one or more updates to an existing link in the Staff portal.

When is technical support available for learning @ Griffith?

Specialist technical support is available – Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm. The Learning@Griffith system availability and performance is monitored 24/7 x 365 days per year and system experts will respond 24/7 x 365 in the event of a system wide failure in order to restore service as quickly as possible.

What do you need to know about learning @ Griffith?

This Specialist Technical Support service supports the use of Learning@Griffith and associated repositories, tools and features (e.g. Collaborate, Turnitin etc.) provided to users via integration points in the Learning@Griffith (Blackboard) system. Academic staff, professional staff, HDR students, undergraduate students, postgraduate students.