It's easy to log in to campus applications (such as bMail and Box) as a SPA; just use the +YourCalNetID method, below. SPAs have access to a variety of campus services, which makes collaborating with colleagues easy and secure.
STOP! Read this before logging in as a SPA
You cannot log in as a SPA if you are logged in as yourself. Before logging in:
- Log out from any existing CalNet sessions and open a new browser
- Or, alternatively, open an incognito or private window: Click here to see a summary of browsers with private or incognito features.
Two Part "+YourCalNetID" Login Method
This method is sometimes called the "Plus" login. After you log in using this method, CAS will display a list of CalNet accounts and SPAs you are allowed to log in as. Select an account, and voila! Here are detailed instructions:
Navigate to the application you want to sign in to. Enter a "+" followed by your personal CalNet ID in the CalNet ID field of the CAS screen. Then enter your personal CalNet passphrase:
CAS will display the following panel. Click the drop-down box to review what accounts you can log in as.
Select the SPA CalNet ID that you would like to log in as, and select Sign In As.
One Part Login Method
If you know your SPA CalNet ID, you can log in directly using this method.
Navigate to the application you want to sign in to. In the CalNet ID field on the CAS login screen, enter the direct login using the following format: SPA CalNet ID followed by "+" and your own personal CalNet ID. Finally, enter your personal CalNet passphrase.
CalNet ID field
|spa-name+your_calnetid||use your personal CalNet passphrase|
Here's an example with spa-econhelp as the SPA CalNet ID and janedoe as the personal CalNet ID:
CalNet ID field
|spa-econhelp+janedoe||use your personal CalNet passphrase|
Then, press Sign In As to complete the login.
Don't see a CAS login page?
To create SPAs and manage membership, use the Special Purpose Accounts Admin App.
If you have any questions regarding SPA CalNet IDs, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.