Unisa Urges Students To Update Profiles Pictures

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The University of South Africa (Unisa) has profiles for each of its students. This profile mainly has the personal details of each student.

 


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As Unisa students will soon be writing their examinations, the university has an announcement pertaining to their profiles.

In an announcement, the university confirmed:

Students writing May/June examinations are required to update their profile pictures before the examination period starts on 13 May 2022.

For students to update their profile pictures, they have been advised to follow these steps:

  1. Login to https://my.unisa.ac.za/
  2. Click on “MyModules 2022”
  3. In the top right corner, next to your name click on the “orange down arrow”
  4. Click on Profile
  5. Click on Edit profile
  6. Scroll down to User picture
  7. Upload your picture
  8. Scroll down towards the end of the page and click Update profile

Students who have been struggling to edit their profile pictures, have been advised to make use of the Unisa My modules app.

 


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