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Informational: MySanDiego Portal Troubleshooting

Since the upgrade of the USD MySanDiego Portal on the weekend of October 18th, some users have experienced difficulties accessing the Portal.  The symptoms associated with the upgrade include but are not limited to the following:   - A blank, white screen after logging in - A timeout when trying to get to the login screen - An "Error 500" spash screen - A username and PIN screen   If you are experiencing one of these problems, or a different, unlisted problem associated with the MySanDiego Portal, please perfor

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Informational: For students: How to grant access to an authorized user

 1.   Login to my.sandiego.edu with your username and password.      2.   Click on the FERPA page under the Torero Hub tab             3.   Click on Add Au

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Informational: New USD Registration Utilities

Welcome to the new USD Registration utilities.  While the old ‘Add or Drop Classes’ utilities still work, we are providing a new set of registration options: Prepare for Registration – view your registration status, curr

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Informational: How to access course evaluations

How to access course evaluations (for detailed instructions with pictures, please see attached tutorial document) Login to the MySanDiego Portal at https://my.sandiego.edu Hover over the Employee tab and in the drop down menu select Teach/A

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Informational: Using CourseLeaf to submit changes to courses or program requirements

Starting in March of 2016, there are two new links located in the MySanDiego Portal under the Employee > Teach/Advise tab > Faculty Tools. These links take you to CourseLeaf, the new Course Inventory Management system. This is used to requ

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Tutorial: How do I register for a different term?

By default, the buttons to register for classes in MySanDiego will default to the latest semester you can register. If you'd like to change your registration for an earlier semester, open the Add/Drop Classes screen and click on RETURN TO MENU at

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Tutorial: Faculty: How to access previously submitted grades

This is for all grades submitted since Fall 2008: Log into MySanDiego Go to the Teach/Advise Tab and select Banner Self Service Click Faculty and Advisors, then Term Select Select the correct term, then go down to Faculty Grade Summary and hit s

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Tutorial: Remove Parent Authorizations

  For step-by-step instructions on how to Remove Parent Authorizations in the MySanDiego Portal, please see the attached PDF.



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FAQ: What determines my class standing for registration?

Class reservation is based on completed units. It does not include “in progress” units. This may affect your “class standing”.A senior is 90 completed units or higher.A junior is 60-89 completed units.A sophomore is 30-59 comp

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FAQ: Can I Change My USD Username?

Official Name Change Policy:   This Practice/Standard extends to USD all students, staff, and faculty requesting a vanity or other account name change. Re-credentialing, account name change, or vanity name change are not allowed. A request of account re-credentialing must be entered and processed in the University’s employee system of record (Oracle EBS) or student system of record (Banner). In both cases the Registrar’s office or Human Resources will validate the legal name change. No other documentation required.  

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FAQ: Where do I find the Freshman Advising Questionnaire?

The Freshman Advising Questionnaire for incoming freshmen can be found in the MySanDiego portal at https://my.sandiego.edu.  Once you log in to the portal (with either your ID number/pin, or your MySanDiego username/password), you can find t

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FAQ: Error connection to beis.sandiego.edu:7007 when trying to register

In rare cases a student off campus trying to register for classes will receive an error in their web browser about being unable to connect to beis.sandiego.edu:7007. In these cases, your Internet connection is blocking your ability to log in auto

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FAQ: How do I set up an account on MySanDiego or create my E-mail account?

How to register/claim your USD One account In order to register for your USD One account, go to the MySanDiego portal web page http://my.sandiego.edu Click on the link "Register/Claim your USDOne account" After you have read the USD

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FAQ: Student Instructions for Course Evaluation

1) Go to my.sandiego.edu and login with your USDOne username and password 2) You will be on the Welcome page of the Torero Hub. Under the Torero Hub menu, select My Academics 3) In the center column is a portlet called Registration Tools, click on

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FAQ: Senior Tab Not Showing in Portal

The MySanDiego portal no longer has a "Senior Tab."   The new MySanDiego portal layout includes a link to the senior page which can be found under the Torero Hub drop down menu. The link is entitled "Seniors."    

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FAQ: I'm a Continuing Education student. Why can't I view my transcripts online?

Professional and Continuing Education students will not be able to log into the MySanDiego portal for transcripts. The Division of Professional and Continuing Education transcripts are available online. The cost is $15 each. For instructions on orde

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FAQ: My Financial Aid package says I'm a Law student - why?

If you are an incoming undergraduate student who has been initially accepted to the university, you can review your Financial Aid package in the MySanDiego portal (found at http://my.sandiego.edu) under the "Required Steps" or "Applic

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: Directory Service (LDAP)

The central LDAP Directory Service is a network-accessible database that provides information about people, applications, and workgroups. The most common use of the Directory Service is to authenticate users for web pages, MySanDiego, and to support workgroup integration into applications.  The current Directory Service requirements exceed the capacity of a single server. The Directory Service is load balanced using a combination of hardware and DNS load balancers. This architecture allows the Directory Service to be highly available and w

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