What is Single Sign-On (SSO)?


Single Sign-On (SSO) is a process in which your username and password give you access to multiple UAH services without requiring you to re-enter your credentials each time you access a new service. You authenticate with the central SSO service just once and the SSO service will then manage your authentication with other SSO-enabled services behind the scenes until you log out or your SSO session expires. Your SSO credentials are the same as your Charger credentials since SSO authentication is synchronized with LDAP.

Available to

Faculty, Staff, Students


You can easily move from myUAH to Canvas, Qualtrics, and other applications without being prompted to enter your Charger ID and password again. We are continually expanding the list of SSO partners.

Important Note

Please log out and close your browser before you leave your workstation.

Once you log out from the SSO service, a new session will require your central username and password. However, some services may still keep your already established sessions active. For security reasons, it is essential to close your web browser before leaving your workstation.

Systems Using SSO

  • myUAH
  • Canvas
  • Qualtrics
  • Panopto
  • Self-Service Banner (SSB)
  • Symplicity-CareerPath
  • TutorTrac
  • Courseleaf Catalog (CAT)
  • OIT Help Center (Knowledge Base search and ticket history)
  • Zoom
  • Turning Technologies (Clickers)
  • CampusLabs
  • Education Advisory Board
  • Telecom Self Care Portal
  • Voicemail
  • Maxient
  • eXplorance
  • Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative
  • Blackboard Transact
  • Tuition Management Systems
  • Truth in Salary Statement (TRS)
  • Activity Insight/Digital Measures
  • TK20
  • PageUp
  • BenefitFocus
  • Parking
  • ExLibris (Library Catalog)
  • OCLC for MWR/Tipasa
  • Terra Dotta
  • Chematix
  • Rave
  • Examsoft
  • TimeClockPlus
  • Faculty180
  • Wepa
  • Tapingo
  • Comcast
  • MarchingOrder

Getting Started

Point your browser to my.uah.edu and login using your Charger ID credentials. Learn more about your Charger ID.


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