If you are an organization that uses Google, Microsoft or Clever, you can easily set up login authorization via your account. This makes it so you don't have to remember yet another set of credentials to log in to your website. To set up Google or Microsoft authentication for your account, watch the video or use the written steps below.
Watch video on setting up Google or Microsoft Authentication (launches new window)
How do I add SSO authentication to my account?
- Log into the Campus Suite website using the account that has already been set up ahead of time. If you have forgotten your login credentials (or perhaps have never logged in yet,) you can go to the login page and use the Forgot Password link to have an email sent to you that will take you through resetting your password.
- Once logged in, click on Settings located at the top-right of the screen, then on My Account from the options given and finally Single Sign-On.
- Click the green + Register SSO button at the top-right.
- Finally, select the appropriate service as the method of authentication. If you are logged into the appropriate account you will be taken back to the credentials screen where it will show that the service has been added. If you are not logged in, you will be sent to the appropriate service to log in before continuing.
Once authorized, they will be able to login to Campus Suite via the authentication that they have chosen going forward by clicking the blue Single Sign-On button to the right of the email/password fields.
How do I remove SSO authentication from my account?
- Once logged in, click on Settings located at the top-right of the screen and click on My Account from the options given followed by Single Sign-On.
- Finally, click Unregister when you are asked if you are sure you want to unregister the OAuth credential for that authentication type. Please note after unregistering, the user will need to use the login credentials assigned to them in Campus Suite to log in. Also if for some reason the user wants to use that authentication in the future they can register it again following the directions above.