Use the link above to:
NOTE : MYPW resets the password used to access the MyUB Portal, campus computers, lab computers, wireless Internet, Sakai Sakai, and UB E-mail. It will not change a PeopleSoft Financials password. If you forgot your PeopleSoft Financials password, contact the OTS Call Center.
Your netID will be displayed above the EmplID box.Click the password reset link if you need to reset your password.
If you receive an error when searching for your ID, double check what you've typed. If you cannot obtain your ID through this tool, contact the OTS Call Center.
Select an option to reset your password:
Use Current Password
Use if you know your existing password. You will be prompted to enter your current password.
Answer Security Questions
Use if you do not know your current password. You will be prompted to answer the security questions for your account. If you have not set security questions for mypw.ubalt.edu, the default questions are date of birth (MM/DD/YYYY) and the last four numbers in your Social Security Number (SSN).
Create a New Password
After a few seconds, a status page will appear. If Password Changed? is Yes for all items, your password changed. If No appears under the Password Changed? column, contact the OTS Call Center to reset your password.
You can improve the security of your account by adding and changing security questions. By default, most users will have the same two security questions populated: date of birth and the last four numbers of your SSN. You are encouraged to change those default questions and add two more questions. To edit the security questions and answers:
Expiration: Passwords expire every 180 days
New passwords must have:
New passwords cannot:
If you wish to opt out of using your date of birth and SSN for online, password resets, please contact the OTS Call Center.
If you're having problems creating a memorable password that meets UB's password requirements, here are some ideas to make it easier:
A strong, secure password does not need to be jibberish. A password is good only if you can remember it. Take time to come up with a "refresh" method that works for you. Whether it's swapping parts of your password around or adding the next number at the end of your password (Baltimore01, Baltimore02, Baltimore03, etc.) when the expiration date comes around, make sure you will remember it.