A new look for logging in: UGA SSO
Beginning July 20, current UGA web applications will start to transition from the Central Authentication Service (CAS) to a new single sign-on authentication service, called UGA SSO.
Moving forward, all new applications must use UGA SSO.
For more information, visit our UGA SSO site.
In an effort to improve information security and password management across the University, all web applications must use Central Authentication Service (CAS) or Gluu, UGA's federated identity provider, for password authentication.
Departments had until June 15, 2016 to switch any applications using Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) for authentication. Web applications that did not transition to CAS or Gluu by the deadline needed to make an exception request to UGA’s Office of Information Security and point their applications to the new LDAP server.
Applications that did not switch to CAS or Gluu or apply for an exception will not work.
To request access to CAS or Gluu, request an exception or request technical assistance in switching to CAS or Gluu, visit the CAS Frequently Asked Questions page. You will have to log in to CAS to view the page.