Department of Information Systems
Your network account username and password are your keys to the information resources the University provides. They also provide access to systems that contain your personal information, student information, and protected health information. Therefore, it is extremely important that you guard your password carefully!
The University has adopted a policy on password security which requires that all e-mail and network users, including faculty, staff, students and consultants are now required to change their network passwords at a minimum of every six months.
We have implemented a self-service password recovery system to aid you in managing your network password. This system will allow you to change your password, unlock your account or reset your password if forgotten. All users must register their accounts with the new Password Manager.
Register for password recovery with the Password Manager system by going to: https://psswrd.cdrewu.edu/ and clicking the “Enroll into SSRPM” button.
Changing your password:
- If your computer is on campus and on the CDREWU Domain (most computers on campus are): Press CTL-Atl-Del keys at the same time, and select “Change password” from the list of options you are given.
- If your computer is not part of the CDREWU domain or you are off campus: Use the Self-service Password Manager by going to https://psswrd.cdrewu.edu/and clicking the “Reset your password” button. You will be prompted for your challenge responses, and then a new password. This link is also available off the main Charles Drew Web Page under Resources for Faculty and Staff “Password Manager”
If you have not enrolled with the Password Manager, and your account locks, you will need to come to the Information Systems Office (Cobb 241) to unlock or change your password. We will not reset passwords over the phone.
Please read the attached password policy Section 4.2 for information on choosing an appropriate password.
Please contact the Helpdesk firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance with this process or call 323-563-4990