Web-based access to most University online information requires a "Campus Key" login and password. You'll need
your Campus Key to log into Library computers, to get into JEFFLINE databases and more. Library computers are
part of the University's Academic & Research Network (ARN).
What is my Campus Key?
The Campus Key is a six- or seven-digit combination of letters and numbers. For example, if your initials are 'abc' your campus key may be abc493 or abc2561. This login will always be unique among Jefferson users.
DO NOT SHARE YOUR CAMPUS KEY OR PASSWORD!
How do I get my Campus Key?
All students, all University and Hospital faculty and staff, and all JEFFLINE subscribers are automatically
assigned a Campus Key.
Find your Campus Key now.
What is my Campus Key Password?
Your first Campus Key Password is your lower-case first name initial, lower-case last name initial, last 4 digits of your Social Security Number (SSN), upper-case first name initial, and upper-case last name initial (i.e., Mary Jones' initial password will be "mj6789MJ").
How do I change my Campus Key Password?
As a new Campus Key user, the first thing you should do is to change your password. Do NOT use words found in the dictionary or any variant of your name. A good practice is to pick
two words linked with a character such as a dash or period. Campus Key passwords must be at least 6 and no more than 8 characters
Change your password now.
If you can't
log in with your first Campus Key password or JeffMail password, please contact the Library at
email@example.com, 215-503-8150, or use our
online request form.
BE SURE TO LOG OFF TO PREVENT UNAUTHORIZED ACTIVITY UNDER YOUR IDENTITY!