Minnesota State's identity and access management program (IAM) is an ongoing initiative to streamline access to IT services and at the same time, improve security of information and systems. IAM projects will result in standards, practices, and technical infrastructure to provide the right access for the right people at the right time.

An important part of the program is StarID: a single, system wide login credential used to access campus and enterprise level IT systems. Go to starid.minnstate.edu to learn more about StarID.

The IAM program allows access to services across the state with the StarID by creating accounts on local campus systems, as well as running several authentication services for use systemwide.

Program Topics

Program Status

What is Identity and Access Management?

Program Benefits

Supported Services

Program Team

Information for Technical Support Staff

About StarID

Other Web Sites

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Last updated September 11, 2017.