A NEWLY revamped version of the MyUSTe portal will go live on July 10, offering a consolidated website where various University services can be accessed all at once.

The portal, available at https://myusteportal.ust.edu.ph, grants stakeholders easy access to a range of services, including admission, Thomasian Online Medical Services and Support (ThOMedSS), student affairs, car sticker registration, the MyUSTe student portal, surveys, and more.

Users can also check their USTET results, make seat reservations at the UST Miguel de Benavides Library, and utilize the services provided by the Office of the Registrar.

“MyUSTe is a one-stop portal that unifies the Thomasian community, offering convenient access to diverse resources, information, and services. From academics to administration, it streamlines digital interactions, benefiting freshmen and seasoned UST veterans alike,” the “About” page of the portal reads.

‘MyUSTe Portal’ aligns with our mission of continuous improvement and innovation. We deliver a personalized and simplified digital experience that enhances your overall journey within UST. It creates a brand identity that resonates with the Thomasian community,” it adds.

In order to access the new portal, users are required to log in using their Google Workspace account, specifically the one associated with the email address ending in “@ust.edu.ph”. 

To authenticate their identity, users must utilize the Google Authenticator app to generate a one-time password. Once the verification process is complete, users can log in to the website using their credentials.

The Office of Information and Communications Technology (OICT) announced that a system maintenance for all Oracle-based application services will take place from July 7 to 9, prior to the launch of the new portal.

During the maintenance period, the ID locators, card readers, and QR code readers will be temporarily unavailable. These readers are utilized by students to gain access to various buildings on campus.

The MyUSTE student portal, ThOMedSS, e-Reserve, e-Survey, fees and payments menu, guidance and counseling menu, National Service Training Program menu and registration, online petition class registration, personal data sheet, student bill, ID application, UST Library – Reserve a Seat, and Wi-Fi registration will also be inaccessible during the maintenance period.

The services will be available again on July 10 through the integrated MyUSTe platform.

The Oracle-based applications of several academic units will not be accessible as well, such as the Civil Law Web Admission, the Medicine Web Admission, the Institute of Physical Education and Athletics Website, and the Junior High School and Education High School student portal.

The UST Entrance Test (USTET) Admission and Results applications will also be unavailable.

The websites of the Office for Admissions, Office for Student Affairs, Office of the Registrar, Office of Alumni Relations (including Alumni Information System), and Facilities Management Office (construction monitoring, equipment maintenance, inventory system, and job requisition) will be down.

The system maintenance will not impact other ICT services such as the UST website, unit-based hosted websites, UST Cloud Campus and its other third-party applications, Google Workspace for Education, Adobe Creative Cloud, Microsoft 365, and the library borrowing system, the OICT said.


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