Online tools

A key element of your digital tools at the university, you have an email account with an address of the form “numéroé”.

To access this box, the Virtual Office is your dedicated webmail. But you can also use your favorite email management tool/app...if you have configured it to!

Use your student mailbox

Go to your usual browser and go to Before accessing the service, authentication via the CAS portal is required: you must enter your identifiers (student number and password).

Your student number – which can be found on your student card – and your password were provided to you when you registered: you received an email with a PDF attached containing your initial password.

For new university registrants, your computer account is automatically valid the day after your registration, and not the same day: be patient!

Import your mailbox

When you are connected to the Virtual Desktop, you must click on the “Messages” button to access the interface for managing your emails, if you are not already there.

You must have an application such as Gmail, Outlook, Mail, Spark, Courrier, Thunderbird, Mail, K-9 or other.

You must launch the software/application then go to its settings to add a “new account”.

Please note, depending on the tools, this title may be different, so remember to refer to the documentation for your software/application.

You must then enter what is asked of you:

  • An account title (for example “UR Box”),
  • An email address (your student email address, i.e. “”),
  • Other information like
    • your identifiers (student_number and password),
    • the type of access to your account (choose IMAP),
    • address of the receiving and sending server (in both cases enter “”).

Configure your mailbox

By clicking on the “profile” button (button bar at the top right of the page), you have access to the BV settings.

Among these, the “Messages” section is dedicated to your email account as well as the BV webmail interface.

In the “General” section (“Automatic transfer” field), you can configure your university mailbox so that any message received is transferred to another mailbox, your personal email account for example.

Please note, this solution is not recommended because you will then respond to messages with your personal mailbox and not with your university email account!

Prefer to import your account to your favorite email management tool! (see “Import your mailbox” tab)

The ENT is a personal space which allows you to obtain information; to access their virtual office; to access courses, exams and assessments (Moodle); to access documentary resources, thematic universities, examination records; to obtain information on schooling, grades, timetable, administrative file, etc. 

It is possible that teachers provide documentation related to their courses, this is not automatic. 

Connect to by indicating your student number and password. This information is provided when you first register at the university, by email or paper.

The timetable allows you to know when and where classes take place. 

To access it you have to go to the website

If the student identifiers are not yet available, you must go to the site

It is possible to add the university schedule to a personal calendar such as Google calendar, outlook ou Apple calendar. 

To do this, you must follow the tutorial below ↓

Export your schedule

To view the timetable, go to and fill out the form to access the site.

Once on the site, change the timetable display by clicking on the wand located at the bottom left of the screen.

A window appears and offers you different display modes, choose the one that suits you best. I

To export the timetable, go to the bottom left of the site and click on the icon calendar.

A window appears: select the option calendar and click on the button generate a URL.  

A new link appears. Right-click on it, a menu appears. In this menu click on “copy”, then go to the personal calendar of your choice: google calendar ou Outlook, Apple Calendar. 

Once in your calendar settings, add “calendar via URL”. Paste your link and consult the end of the text: the number 4 appears there; it corresponds to the number of weeks that will be updated on the calendar. You must replace 4 with 52 so that the calendar updates automatically throughout the year. 

Moodle is a platform that allows you to access your courses online. A course can include educational content (course support, links, videos, etc.) but also educational activities (creation of a glossary, tests/MCQs, questionnaires, assignment submissions, etc.).

Please note: not all teachers necessarily use this platform, so you will not necessarily find the complete list of your courses.

Moodle with you, everywhere!

There is a Moodle Mobile application. To connect, see our dedicated tutorial via this link.

Wi-Fi is accessible from all university sites and campuses: Moufia, Tampon and Terre-Sainte Campuses, Bellepierre Site, University Technology Park, Victoire Campus. To access it you must have a device with the Wi-Fi option activated and know your username and password. 

The university networks available are called Kampus and Eduroam. Prefer the use ofEduroam, unless you have a temporary account at the university since these only work with Kampus.

To log in

To connect, you must go to a computer, smartphone or tablet with an internet connection.

Go to Settings on the Wi-Fi tab. Select eduroam

For the network eduroam Connection credentials are requested. These are the student number and password.

Once the connection is validated, the internet is accessible throughout the campus. 

If you have difficulty connecting, don't panic, you can download the CAT automatic configurator from the DSI website:

If you have any difficulty with Wi-Fi, please let us know by contacting the support.

Regarding the password:

It is possible to change the password. To do this, you must go to the site: (accessible only when you are at university).

For students who were at university the previous year, if you have not changed your password, you must reuse the password from the previous year. It is provided by email or paper when registering as a reminder.

If you changed your password the previous year, you must re-use this one. It is also possible to change it. You have to go to the site:  my account accessible only on one of the campuses

For information: the student account is activated upon first connection to one of the university's platforms (Moodle, BV, etc.). There is no need to reactivate it upon re-registration.

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