Please note: Accessing Gmail through the my.sva.edu portal and webmail.sva.edu will no longer work. Be sure to update your bookmarks with https://myid.sva.edu for quick access. The login process will change and you will need to set up your myID account. Please read the information below containing instructions on what to do.
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The system also offers account management features such as 'forgot password' and 'password reset' functionality. myID is powered by Okta, a leader in the SSO/MFA space. Gmail is no longer accessible through the my.sva.edu portal and webmail.sva.edu. Be sure to update your bookmarks with myid.sva.edu for quick access. The login process has changed.
SVA Library Collection Development Policy. Print & Scan. There are printers and scanners in the Main Library Computer Lab and at Library West. Login with your SVA MyID credentials at any computer. When your desktop appears, you will see a small message window from Papercut, showing your account balance.
Unauthorized use of this information system or use in excess of your approved authority is prohibited, and may be subject to disciplinary action including criminal or civil penalties. All users of this system must read and agree to the U.S. Small Business Administration's SBA.gov Rules of Behavior document prior to accessing the system.
Founded in 1986 and with a network of over 1000 alumni, the SVA MFA Computer Arts Department was the first MFA program in the USA to focus on computer art.