The UC Learning Center Non-Employee Login below is for use by UCSB Non-Employees only (those people who do not have a UCPath entry).
Employees (people with a UCPath entry) should use the Employee Login.
Requesting a Non-Employee Account
- An active UCSBnetID is necessary to request access to the UC Learning Center.
If the non-employees do not have UCSBnetIDs, consult the Creating UCSBnetIDs for Guests article at http://www.identity.ucsb.edu/customers/affiliates/
- If the non-employees do have a UCSBnetIDs, they should ask their Sponsor/PI/Manager* to follow the instructions shown below.
*The full-time staff or faculty directing the non-employees to take the training. The request form is currently only accessible to employees, which is why it must come from the Sponsor rather than the individual requesting access.
NOTE: If the sponsor request a non-employee account for a person with UCLC access the entire request will be denied. Therefore please make sure the employee does not have an existing account before making this request. Non-employees should be asked if they have completed any training in the system or if they have been employed before. If you have questions regarding your account status, please email email@example.com.
- Verify with your non-employees that they do not already have UCLC accounts. Failing to do so will deny your request and ask you to submit your request again.
- Go to the UCSB IT Services request form: UCLC Create Non-Employee Accounts Request.
- Enter your UCSBnetID and password.
- Read carefully and fill out all fields denoted by an "*".
- Click the Order Now button on the upper right to complete your request.
- A notification with instructions on how to access the UC Learning Center will be sent to all.
Accessing the UC Learning Center as a Non-Employee
Click the UC Learning Center Non-Employee Login button below to access the Login page.
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