Single Sign-On accepts employees’ credentials from a growing list of TAMU System Members’ authentication services as valid authorization data.
This feature allows an employee to log into their SSO menu using their campus/agency’s credentials. For example, employees that have a Texas A&M University NetID will be able to log in with these credentials in addition to their UIN and password. If you need assistance with your login, please contact your local support staff.
The UIN/Password logon is still available to everyone by choosing the TAMUS seal logo labeled, ‘TAMUS UIN’.
Participating System Members
Currently, not every System member is participating in the SSO Alternate Logon. If your institution is not shown in the list of alternate authentication service providers, please contact your local IT department so they may decide if there is enough interest in joining the program.
Interested members must register their authentication service with The Texas A&M University System’s Identity Management Federation, before making a request with TAMUS OIT to join the program.