If you are a student, your ArgoNet account will be downgraded after two semesters of non-enrollment. After your account is downgraded, you will still be able to log in to MyUWF, but you will only have access to your personal student records.
If you are an employee, your account will be downgraded two weeks after Human Resources terminates your employment. However, you may request a 30-day extension of your account so that you have more time to tie up loose ends. After the downgrade, you will still be able to log into MyUWF for an additional 16 months, but you will only have access to tax-related information.
Yes, forwarding email is possible for as long as the account remains active (see above for specific time frames). However, once your account is deactivated, any forwards for your address will also be removed. See the instructions to forward UWF email to another email account.
All email messages will be unavailable once the account is deactivated. If you wish to retain your messages, you must move them in advance of the account deactivation. You should notify anyone who sends email to your UWF address of the change. Messages sent to your UWF address will be returned to the sender with a "user unknown" message.
All files will be deleted when the account is deleted. If you wish to save your files, you must remove them from your H: and I: drives before your account is deactivated. The ITS Help Desk would be glad to assist you in either burning these files to a CD or copying them to another storage device, such as a memory stick.
Yes, you are encouraged to leave a current email address and mailing address with the university.
Graduating students can update their official contact information in MyUWF. Search for Student Address Change. Address Change is also available in LightHouse.
Employees who are leaving the university should leave their future contact information with Human Resources.
No, when you leave UWF you must remove any software that you received from UWF. This includes but is not limited to McAfee Anti-Virus software, Microsoft Work-at-Home software, Acrobat, and SAS. Continuing to use this software once you leave the university is a violation of the software license.