How to register

To carry out all operations related to your university career, first of all enrolment, you must register to the University Online Registry Service (ESSE3): you will then obtain the credentials necessary to enter in a personal area of the website from which you can access all procedures.

If you have SPID credentials you can do the login and select Register/Login to be automatically directed to the University Online Registry Service portal, where you will have to enter your data.

If you haven't got SPID credentials you can register at this page.

You will be asked for your biographical data (the ones of an ID), your residential address and an e-mail address.

Upon completion of both registration procedures, you will be able to see on screen and receive by email:

  • Temporary User (8-digit numerical code)
  • Password Activation Code

To activate your credentials, you will have to connect to this link. In the Username and Password Activation Code fields you will need to type in the Temporary User and Password Activation Code obtained at the end of the registration process.

Only upon completion of all the above steps will you be able to:

  • go into the following page
  • click on Register/Login;
  • insert username (numeric code previously provided by the University) and personal password in order to proceed to the next step or use SPID credentials.

Now you can access all procedures.

Guida alla registrazione

Se non riesci a effettuare la registrazione consulta l'apposita guida che riporta passo passo le istruzioni per portare a termine la procedura.

Useful contacts

In case of need you can call the dedicated number 0521 902050, the toll-free number 800904084 or write to specifying your personal data (name, surname, tax code) and the problem encountered.


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