Every student, alum, faculty and staff member at The American University of Paris has an account. Find out all the privileges of being an AUP digital citizen.
Each account starts with the AUP NetID. This is the computer network account that gives you access to the University’s digital services. Each ID is unique. For students, it’s your five-digit student number preceded by the letter “a”. For example, if your student ID number is 12345, your NetID would look like “a12345.” For staff the NetID looks like "jdoe" or "bobama".
As a student, you can use the NetID as a key to access the student portal, university computers on campus, your personal storage space, your email account, Blackboard @ AUP, campus Wi-Fi, your library account, and more.
Upon enrollment, every student is provided a personal email account, digital storage space on the AUP server, and space for a personal website.
Each semester, a certain number of free pages is allotted to each student, so students don’t need to pay for printing from campus computers. Students can also print from their own laptops via Wi-Fi. All you have to do is visit https://printing. and click “Web Print.” Should any student want to print more than the pre-allotted free pages, additional printing credits may be purchased via the internal portal.
Lynda.com is a company that provides a vast array of tutorials on digital tools, from the Adobe Suite to Zoomerang. AUP provides all students with a free subscription to this valuable tool. Visit lynda. to set up your access.