All account passwords are case-sensitive. Please be sure to use upper- and lower-case characters as necessary when entering your password.
Changing Your Password
There are currently three different ways to get your password changed.
CIS system password changes require access to a secure web browser (any machine in the CIS department should be adequate).
Go to the SelfServ web page.
There you can login and change your password.
From a CIS Lab Computer
If you are on a CIS Lab computer, server, or other workstation, you may change your password directly from that machine.
On Windows, go to Start > Windows Security and then click on the Change Password... button and follow the instructions. Pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete will get you to the same menu.
On Linux, type "passwd" in a terminal and follow the instructions.
If your account has been deactivated or you have trouble resetting your password, you will need to come see one of the systems administrators in Nichols 116, 117, or 118. Be sure to bring along a photo ID so we can verify your identity.
If you are an off-campus student, please contact us by phone at 785-532-6350. We are available in the office most times between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM US Central Time.
Resetting Your Password
If you need to reset your password you can do so with our password reset page at https://password.cis.ksu.edu. All you need is your eid user name and password for authentication. This will set your CIS password is set to your current eid password.
If you need your password reset you can send a request to <help AT cis DOT ksu DOT edu> from your K-State email address. You must send this email from your K-State email address as this will verify your identity with us. If you do not have control of your K-State email anymore, you will need to come to our offices in person.