General information about Student SU accounts

This guide covers all of your student accounts, as well as how to login and change your password.

Applicants/Prospective Students

Prospective students initiate their application process at  The login for this system will be the personal email address used when applying.  

If you have lost your password, you may retrieve it by clicking on the Forgot Your Password? link at login.  It will request the applicant email address and birthdate.  A pin will then be sent to the personal email address in order for the password to be reset.  

Admitted Students

Once accepted to the university, you are given your SU username and a GullNet password.  This username and password is different than what was used during the initial application process.  It can be found in the application, GoGulls portal, and is also sent via email to the email address used during the application process. 

Your SU Account and Password

  • Once your SU account is created (usually just before Orientation) your SU account will be active for the following systems:
  • Once your SU account is active, you will receive all official emails through your SU email address instead of the personal email initially used.  
  • As long as you are taking at least one class at Salisbury University, or have taken a class within the past 12 months, your SU account will be active.  If you currently have a faculty/staff account and wish to take classes you must apply and receive a student account to register for classes.  
  • Access to your SU account including email and GullNet are removed 12 months after your last class at SU. 

Your Email Address

Your email address is, where “username” is your SU username. You can access your email at Campus Email Microsoft 365 Outlook WebApp (Web Access)


Note for parents: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) limits the amount of assistance we can provide to anyone except the owner of the account (the student). For more information, visit

See also SU account and access life cycle - Faculty, Staff and Students

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