How To Log Into uLink
Are you a student at the University of Johannesburg and you're struggling to log into your UJ uLink, well we can help. Keep reading to find out how to do so.
The University of Johannesburg uLink sign-in page or the UJ portal is the gateway to the resources at this university. Students can use uLink to perform various academic activities.
Only registered students have access to the portal.
How To Log Into UJ uLink
- Go to https://ulink.uj.ac.za/
- Enter your ID number
- Enter your password
- Click on 'Login'
The UJ uLink portal has a Notification Centre, Banners, Modules and Communities, Administrative Utilities, and Services.
Students have access to these functions on their tablet and laptop or desktop. The Notification Centre provides students with important communications and a summary of the events for the day.
Students can also use the uLink portal to submit their registrations.
UJ staff members can also use uLink to post new notifications and events.
After you have made use of the uLink you are advised to log out in order to prevent others from having access to your personal information available on the portal.
If you need to reset your uLink password then you can do the following:
- Go to https://ulink.uj.ac.za/views/reset/Reset1
- If you are a UJ student provide your student number and ID/Passport number.
- If you are a UJ staff member then you can provide your username, which is the first half of your UJ email address and your staff number.
If you are still struggling to reset the password then you may contact the enrollment center on +27 11 559-4555 for assistance.
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