- Access & Classes
Access & Classes
Logging in to EEE
In order to use EEE, you must login with your UCInetID and password. The Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides a UCInetID to each person at UCI and that UCInetID can be used to login to a variety of services across campus.
How are student classes added to EEE?
The University Registrar and UCI Summer Session send enrollment information directly to EEE.
Students can access EEE tools for officially enrolled classes. This does not include audited or wait-listed classes, though a list of wait-listed classes is shown for the first two weeks of Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters.
- In Fall, Winter, and Spring, EEE regularly receives enrollment information from the University Registrar and updates your classes on MyEEE.
Due to high traffic, enrollment and course info changes on EEE may be delayed during peak hours (i.e. 10 am-6pm).
- In the Summer, UCI Summer Session sends the data and EEE updates once per night at approximately 4am; however, it can take several days after an enrollment change is submitted (even if you have a receipt) for Summer Session to make that change in the data and this means it may take several days for EEE and the Registrar to get Summer enrollment changes
Toolbox — MyEEE
MyEEE is your customizable home page on EEE. When you login to EEE, MyEEE is typically the first page you will see.
MyEEE has three tabs. The first tab, My Classes, is where you will see your classes listed each quarter.
The second tab, Class Announcements, is where instructors and TAs can post important announcements for their classes.
The third tab, My Tasks, is where you can see the tasks such as quizzes, surveys, and chats assigned to you and the tasks you assigned.
Other than viewing your classes, announcements, and tasks, there is a lot more you can do on MyEEE — You can customize the content and layout, add your favorite bookmarks, post a personal profile to share with your fellow students, and much more.
Each of the tools avaiable on EEE are briefly described below.
EEE tools are optional — instructors and TAs decide which tools to use for their classes.
Help & How-to
EEE Help & How-to provides comprehensive, step-by-step tool guides. Help pages also provide simple, one-page primers, plus lists of features & tips.
Other topics include:
- Basic guides to software, such as Dreamweaver, PowerPoint, and iWeb
- Help with different file formats (PDF, ZIP) and protocols (SFTP)
- Answers to common questions and contact information for additional information on a wide variety of topics
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