Leaving the University?
If you are leaving the University, whether you are a student or a member of University staff, your computing account will be closed and your data (email and files) will be deleted.
You will receive an email from Computing Services advising you of the precise dates on which this will occur. For a general overview of the timeline please refer to the relevant section below.
If you are a student
Your student computing account will remain active until after your official end date (or graduation date, if this is later). You will receive an email two weeks before that date with details about when your account will be closed.
If you are an undergraduate returning as a postgraduate your account will be automatically extended once your course details have been updated to reflect your new programme of study. You will not receive the warning email providing you have made a formal application for your postgraduate course. Once you have done so, and your course details have been updated, your computing account will be in order.
If you are a member of University staff
You will lose access to your computing account from the date University's HR records show that your employment at the University of Liverpool has come to an end. One month after that date your account including all of your files and data will be deleted.
Your rights to use any site licensed software downloaded or obtained from the CSD Service Desk will also cease and should be removed from your computer(s) at that time.
You may receive an email warning prior to your access being removed. Please be aware that we will be unable to extend access to your account after your leave date.
If you believe that you will be continuing your contract of employment with the University beyond the leave date quoted in the email, we recommend the following:
- Check your contract dates in TULIP. Login to TULIP and navigate to Administration > Personal Details > Computing Services Registration Information.
- If you believe the date is wrong contact the University's Human Resources department to have the issue investigated and resolved. Computing Services cannot change this date on your behalf.
If you are taking up an honorary appointment with the University immediately following a paid appointment, please ensure that your Head of Department has informed Human Resources to ensure any appropriate continued access to systems is arranged.