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Okta is the tool used by the offices of information security and information technology to reduce the number of sign-ons for select applications. When faculty and staff log into Okta, they can seamlessly access other applications without additional usernames and passwords. Okta is a third-party enterprise-grade, identity management service, built for the cloud, but compatible with many on premise applications.

Compatible with all browsers, visit (and bookmark!) UT’s Okta homepage to begin your reduced-login experience. Applications accessible through Okta currently include:

  • Blackboard
  • SANS Securing the Human
  • BSwift (HR benefits)
  • UT Email / Office 365 (coming soon!)
  • Workday

Okta will use the same user ID and password you use to log in to the University network. Additionally, the process to reset your password has been streamlined to be accessible every day, all the time. Simply click the “Need Help Signing In” and then “Forgot Password.” Okta is mobile-friendly, enabling faculty and staff to access needed programs on the go through their smartphone and tablet.

First Time Accessing Okta

Logging into Okta From On Campus

Okta End User FAQ's

Setting up Okta Profile and Multi-Factor Authentication

Logging into Okta from Off Campus

Multi-Factor Authentication Setup

*If you swap out your phone or get a new phone number, you will need to contact the ITS Help Desk to reset your multi-factor.

***PHISHING Email Alert***

Reminder: If you receive a message that is requesting you to verify your UT account and password information by providing links for you to 'log in' to your account, please ignore and delete the email and do not provide this information. Neither The University of Tampa nor legitimate financial institutions will ever ask you for this information via email or a link in an email/attachment.

If you accidentally click and provide your account and/or personal information, IMMEDIATELY change your password(s) and contact to report this so ITS staff can provide you further assistance.