November 4, 2019


NID (Network Identification Number)

Your NID is the key to accessing the UCF computer network, the Internet, the library, and a world of cyber information. Your NID is used to login to all UCF websites.  It is two letters followed by a series of numbers (ex: ab1234567).  Your is also your student email address.

  1. Go to
  2. Beneath the login button, click on the link “What is my NID?”.
  3. On the next screen, enter the requested information & click submit.
  4. Your NID will be emailed to all email addresses on file.
  5. Use your NID to log into all UCF websites.  If you forgot your password, use the password reset.

Your UCFID is a unique student Identification Number, usually 7 digits long. Your UCFID is the key of accessing online registration, class schedule searches, adding or dropping classes, and a lot of other functions, including viewing your grades and fee schedules. Provide this number whenever you visit an advisor or coach.  Include it in any email to UCF Faculty or staff, so they can quickly find your information.

  1. Go to
  2. Log in using your NID and password.
  3. On the left menu, navigate to Student Self Service > Personal Information > UCFID Info.