Group Owners have the ability to control who has access to their group from the HSC-ID web portal. Owners are generally assigned during the creation of the group, but sometimes are reassigned as job descriptions and business roles change. In some situations, it is necessary for more than one person to have ownership rights for a group. […]
Category: Accounts & ID Management
Password resets, help for accessing network shares and other computing resources.
Open a web browser and navigate to https://hscid.tamhsc.edu You should automatically be logged in and see a page similar to this one: Click on “Name Change Request”. Do NOT click on “Display Name Change Request” as this will not grant you a new username. On the next page, click the “Request” button on the right […]
Identity and Access Management is an integral part of the Health Science Center. Your identity ensures that you have access to the correct resources. Account Management Texas A&M Health Science Center accounts are managed within HSC-ID. There are three ways an account can be created: Student accounts are created automatically through Banner. Faculty, staff and […]
An attestation is a process that verifies information in HSC-ID. This can cover a whole range of topics, but mainly deals with the following areas: Group ownership: are you still the owner? HR liaisons: is this person still in this role? Non-employee and inactive accounts: does this person still need their HSC account? This information […]
Banner is the priority source feed for all active student accounts. If they change to an inactive status, BPP will become the primary source feed (if they are in BPP). The “graduated” status also operates this way, to allow for graduated students who are hired as employees or non-employees.