Popular Services

myUSD Portal allows university faculty, staff and students to access the information and password-protected resources they need quickly and easily in one central place.

Coyote Card and Coyote Card Mobile are your most important identification at USD.  Your Coyote Card is linked to your Student ID. Use this service to request your Coyote Card or submit a picture for Coyote Card Mobile.


Brightspace, Desire2Learn

Ask ITS a general question related to technology services provided at USD. Request new software or hardware installation.

The Office of the Registrar serves as the institutional guardian for official academic information and records in supporting the faculty, staff and students of the University of South Dakota.

Submit a ticket to ITS to get something technology-related fixed that is not working right.

Purchase a new laptop at a discounted price.

SNAP is used to access Banner, Leave Requests, Self Service and timesheets.

Email system and address provided by USD.

Your university password provides you with access to many resources. Every time you connect to one of these resources, you must prove you are who you say you are.

Use this service to request changes for the USD website.

Coyote Connections is a student success tracking system that can serve a number of functions for faculty and advisors.

How to request a USD account for affiliates or volunteers.

Electronically send, manage, and access documents for signature, allowing for multiple signatures, all in a secure environment.

Request/change permissions to Banner Student and Banner HR including Finance, SDezBuy Purchasing, and Time Entry approval.

Schedule an appointment with a Financial Aid Officer to answer questions about the financial aid process and financing your education.

How to access services from off site using VPN.

How do I print to the Pharos printers?

Use this service to request Salesforce access, to load data into Salesforce, add a new field in Salesforce to track information or to request new functionality.

Two-factor authentication provides a second layer of security to any type of login, requiring extra information or a physical device to log in, in addition to your password. By requiring two different channels of authentication, we can protect user logins from remote attacks that may exploit stolen usernames and passwords.

Are you interested in earning money, gaining work experience and networking or having a mentor? Would you like help in accomplishing these things?

Where to request/change permissions to Department Network Shares.

Use this request for card access to buildings and rooms on campus.