New PhD Information

Technology Orientation


UCLA Anderson has an online, self-service technology onboarding process for PhD students. In the technology orientation, PhD candidates review the technology use policy at Anderson, retrieve their Anderson accounts, and configure their computers for academic research use.

To access the technology orientation, first log into CCLE with your UCLA Logon credentials.
First-time users: you will need an enrollment key provided by the PhD office to access the content.

Technology Orientation Technology Orientation

The information below is a brief overview of the accounts and network access at Anderson. It is detailed in the technology orientation.



Anderson Network (AndersoNET) Account

This is the account which allows access to Anderson portal .  It gives you access to Anderson branded technology resources, including printing, collaboration sites, library databases and Anderson network folders.

Anderson Network UserID: (usually first letter of first name followed by last name up to 8 characters total) example: jbruin

Anderson Email

This account gives you access to your email.  You can access your mail via the web through  To set up email on your phone or Outlook, follow the steps at the IT Service Central.


This account gives you access to your course websites (CCLE), myUCLA, and other UCLA university‐wide resources.

This credential is also used for the eduroam wireless network access at Anderson, UCLA, and any institution that also has eduroam.  eduroam requires, where UCLALogon is your UCLA Logon username.

If you haven't already done so, you can create a UCLA Logon at

Network Access


Wireless Access

eduroam provides the highest level of security and works at other eduroam-enabled institutions. A one-time login is required, using your (e.g. and your UCLA Logon password.
UCLA_WEB provides the least amount of security and is intended for UCLA guests only. It does not require a password, but only allows browser access and many apps outside of browsers won't work on it.

Wired Access

Wired computers at UCLA Anderson require a security client that protects all computers on the Anderson intranet from security threats.  Computers that are not authorized or do not meet safe computing standards are prevented from infecting other computers.



The IT Service Central is the gateway to Anderson IT resources, including accessing the Anderson research server.  Log in with your Anderson Network Account.

Help Desk


Contact IT Client Support when you need help with technology.

Submit a request:
Phone: 310-825-8549 (x58549)
Location: Cornell Hall D-209