Digital account

The Université Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier (UT3) digital account provides access to a wide range of digital services.
The UT3 digital account requires a login and a password.

Each student’s digital account is automatically created as soon as they register at the university.


A wireless network, also known as Wi-Fi, is a digital computer network that connects different computers or systems to each other via radio waves. The wireless network is provided in addition to the wired network.

There are 3 types of Wi-Fi networks at the Université Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier (UT3):

The «eduroam» Wi-Fi network - recommended and secure. The «ups» Wi-Fi network - unencrypted and limited use: Internet access on the university campus only Specialised and geographically located Wi-Fi networks: specific to particular departments (teaching or research), online exams, technical equipment, etc.

NB: If you are connecting to the "ups" Wi-Fi network from outside the UT3 network, you will need to add to the end of your usernameNB: On the wizard download page, you must enter "UT3" or select "Université de Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier" as your home institution

For “ups” Wi-Fi access: you will need to log in to the captive portal (displayed automatically)

You must activate your UT3 digital account

NB: All new students must activate their UT3 digital account

For “eduroam” Wi-Fi access: you will need to download the geteduroam configuration wizard or, failing that, the cateduroam wizard


The Joint University Information, Orientation and Professional Integration Service (Scuio-IP) supports students in defining a training and integration project during their university studies. It also provides information on academic qualifications, professions, companies and the job market.


The libraries provide students and faculty members with access to all the documentation needed for teaching and research purposes for all disciplines taught at the university. They are available on all the UT3 sites, from Toulouse to Tarbes, and provide a wide range of services:

  • On site: document browsing and lending, work spaces, group work rooms, reading and relaxation areas, meeting rooms, help with document research, training courses and workshops, printing and photocopying facilities, exhibitions, etc.
  • Online: online resources, the “Une Question?” service (by e-mail, chat or text message), videoconference research assistance meetings, online training, research support services, etc.