Changes to TAMHSC Login for Library Resources


By Marketing and Communications | 05-22-2018


The Medical Sciences Library (MSL) is pleased to announce that access to library resources has been streamlined to make logins easier and more straightforward. All access to library electronic resources will be through NetID and password only, beginning June 25th. The TAMHSC login option for access to library electronic resources will be discontinued on June 25th. We anticipate that this move will improve the quality of services we offer our users. Below are answers to some anticipated questions and whom to contact for help.

How can I tell if I have a NetID?

  • You can log in to verify your NetID through the Central Authentication Service (CAS) page. If you are not able to log in you may not have a NetID or you may have used an incorrect or expired password. You can contact TAMU Help Desk Central at 979-845-8300 for assistance.
  • If you are a resident at an A&M-sponsored residency, or have a clinical faculty appointment with Texas A&M College of Medicine, contact Cathy Pepper for assistance.

What if I don't have a NetID?

  • Faculty and staff on the Texas A&M payroll have the ability to claim a NetID.
  • All Texas A&M Students have the ability to claim a NetID.
  • Clinical faculty (preceptors) and residents not paid by Texas A&M may have a NetID already (see How can I tell if I have a NetID?).
  • I really don't have a NetID, what now?
    If you work, teach, do research, or are enrolled as a student at Texas A&M Health Science Center, and you don't have a NetID, you may contact Cathy Pepper for assistance.

Whom can I contact for assistance?

If you have questions or need assistance you can email AskMSL. We will do our best to help you or direct you to the person who can.

 

 



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