UMICH (Level-1) Password
You use your UMICH password to log in to Wolverine Access and many other U-M computing services (such as U-M Google, your MCommunity Directory profile, and more). Choose a strong password and protect it.
- Choosing and Changing a Secure UMICH (Level-1) Password. Guidance for choosing a secure password and instructions for changing it.
- Resetting a Forgotten UMICH (Level-1) Password. You can reset your password yourself or ask the ITS Service Center for help.
- UMICH Account Management. A website where you can change/reset your UMICH (Level-1) password, set account recovery information, update your two-factor devices and settings, and more.
- UMICH Password Hub. The UMICH Password Hub, part of MCommunity, synchronizes the UMICH (Level-1) password to the various systems that use it for authentication to U-M services.
Michigan Medicine (Level-2) Password
Members of the Michigan Medicine community have a second password, the Level-2 password, for accessing Michigan Medicine sites and resources. See HITS Accounts & Access for details.
Unit Password Management for Elevated Accounts
The university has licensed Passwordstate for password management within U-M units. Passwordstate is an on-premise, web-based solution for enterprise password management that allows teams of people to access and share sensitive password resources. It is typically used for managing elevated and administrative passwords, as well as passwords for smaller proprietary systems, such as research databases. For details, see Unit Password Management for Elevated Accounts.