Portal to replace website gateway pages

by University Communications,

Over winter break, WITS will retire the Willamette website’s gateway pages for students, faculty and staff.

Over winter break, the WU Portal will replace the Willamette website’s gateway pages that provide links to common applications and resources used by students, faculty and staff. Because of this, we encourage you to make the portal the landing page on your web browser.

Currently, the gateway pages are accessible in the upper right-hand corner of the website via direct links on desktop devices and the “menu” on mobile devices. These links will disappear over the break. The portal is also linked here and will continue to be after winter break.

Since its launch Aug. 21, Willamette community members have been able to familiarize themselves with the portal, which is customized based on a user’s primary role on campus — student, faculty or staff. Announcements, links and other content will be tailored to these specific audiences, making it easier for users to find what they need.

The tools and applications on the gateway pages, such as Workday, Google Drive and Colleague, are accessible via the portal. You only need to sign in once with your password to access these tools. The portal also provides access to your Gmail, Google Calendar, university news, events and announcements, and more.

If you have questions, contact Web Development. Your feedback and suggestions about the portal are welcome, via a link on the portal.

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