This web page is intended for School staff only.
- Intranet resources and UC student Web
- Commonly requested UC web pages
- E-mail access off campus
- Accessing My Documents off campus
- School Letterhead
UC Intranet (staff log in required)
Access to the UC Intranet (website) requires a staff user name and password to be entered. Note that the staff user name may need to be entered with uocnt\ as a prefix before entering the user name. (e.g. if your staff user name is abc12 then you would enter uocnt\abc12 as the user name ).
UC Student Web - Course Search etc. (staff log in required)
An alternative to JADE. Useful for course enrolment lists with photos etc.
- Grading Scale
- Soci and Anth Honours Grades Calculation
- School Plagiarism statement (PDF, 115 KB)
- Harvard Referencing (PDF, 70 KB)
- Staff research profiles
- UCTL - Teaching and Learning website
- HR PeopleSoft
- Branding Templates
- Facilities Management
- Student Administration - Guidelines for Master's theses
- Student Administration - Guidelines for PhD theses
- Scholarships Office
- Student Administration
- UC Policy library
- Staff user account balance and history (staff log in required)
Accessing your e-mail from off campus is straightforward using the web access URL for Outlook:
However you may need to prefix your user name with uocnt\ (e.g. uocnt\abd12 ) if accessing Outlook on the web off campus.
Please read the instructions on the ICTS website for accessing documents.
The link to use from off campus for accessing your 'My Documents' is:
You may have to REFRESH the browser web page if you encounter a 'can't find server error'. You should then see a user name and password menu appear.
Note: While you can open any file to VIEW it, DO NOT MAKE CHANGES to an open document inside the My Documents window as these changes will not be saved! Instead, if you wish to access and change files, COPY and PASTE the file onto the computer you are using to access your folder, then open and make changes to the document as desired. Finally COPY and PASTE the revised saved file back into the window that contains your My Documents material. There will be a request to overwrite the existing file. Alternatively, you could save the file under another name.