Login experience changes (Updated 4/21/2022)

To strengthen UW Health’s defenses against cyberattacks and protect you & the UW Health network, UW Health will be enabling multi-factor authentication (MFA) for the UW Health U-Learn application on April 21, 2022, at 5 p.m.

When you connect to U-Learn from any network, you will be presented with a new UW Health login page. The login page will require you to enter an address for the username and account password. See below for the address to use for your username.

When you connect to this application from outside the SMPH or UW Health network, you will be prompted to provide a second form of identification (aka multi-factor authentication) to gain access.

To access the application from outside the SMPH or UW Health internal network, you must be enrolled in the UW Health MFA service. If you haven’t enrolled in MFA, please visit this UW Health U-Connect page for details on how to enroll in MFA.

Details & Tips

  • The application will be unavailable on April 21, 5 pm-7 pm, for maintenance
  • To access U-Learn from outside the SMPH or UW Health internal network, you must be enrolled in the UW Health MFA service. Visit this UW Health U-Connect page for MFA enrollment details
  • (Update) You will not receive a MFA prompt when accessing U-Learn from the SMPH or UW Health internal network.
  • The login prompt will require an address for the username.
    • If you do not have a UW Health e-mail account, enter [UWHealthUserId]@pa.uwhealth.org as the username and user account password. For example, if your UW Health User ID is abc123, you must enter abc123@pa.uwhealth.org for your username.
    • If you have a UW Health e-mail account, enter your UW Health e-mail address as your username and user account password. For example, if your UW Health e-mail address is jdoe4@uwhealth.org, you must enter jdoe4@uwhealth.org for your username.
  • UW Health recommends running your web browser in incognito or private browsing mode when accessing this site to avoid access issues

For Questions

Please contact the UW Health Wisconsin IS Service Desk at (608) 265-7777

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