3. Services using the Oxford Username

The Oxford username is used to access the following OUCS services: Other University applications which use the Oxford username include:
There are some central services that notably do not use the Oxford username. These include:

These services are, however, requested and managed through the OUCS self-registration pages which are SSO-enabled. In other words whilst these services use a different username and password you still need an Oxford username to manage your access to these services.

An increasing number of local college and departmental applications now use SSO so you may even find yourself logging in via Webauth to access a local helpdesk, connect to your college's local Ethernet network or even book a meal.

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