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ARCHIVED: After leaving IU, how can I keep my IU computing accounts?

As a student, you may make special arrangements to temporarily extend your computing privileges upon leaving Indiana University. There is no charge for account extensions, but they are granted only when the accounts are necessary to complete or continue work with IU.

To keep your account open, you must have an IU faculty or appointed staff sponsor fill out an Affiliate form, as required by the ITPO Accounts Administrator. You are responsible for contacting sponsors who can request an account extension for you.

Note: If you are still a registered student, you will not need an Affiliate account: Your student accounts should remain active. If you cannot access your accounts, contact your school or department administration or the Office of the Registrar on your campus to have your record "term enabled." See How do I contact the Office of the Registrar at each IU campus?

Faculty or staff sponsors can request sponsored Affiliate accounts using the Account Management Service at:

https://itaccounts.iu.edu/
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