Loyola University Chicago

Information Technology Services

Multi-Factor Authentication


ITS has implemented security measures to protect your personal information, your intellectual property, and LUC's data. MFA protects you even if your Loyola password becomes compromised. Using MFA means that users will download the Microsoft Authenticator application on your phone, or get a phone call or a text to securely sign-in to online resources.  Your LUC UVID and password plus one of the authentication methods is used to verify your identity and protect the community from data breaches. Note: Users of Loyola Secure Access (LSA) will still need to complete step 1 in the MFA: Detailed Instructions to fulfill their MFA enrollment.


Using MFA will decrease the probability that a hacker can impersonate you and gain access to computers, accounts, and other online resources.

Getting Started with MFA

MFA: Getting Started for an overview of the enrollment process.

MFA: Instructional Videos for detailed video instructions.

MFA: Detailed Instructions for step-by-step visual instructions.

Zoom Enrollment Walk-Thru Sessions

Each week on Mondays & Tuesdays, beginning May 11, the UISO will demo the MFA Enrollment process. You’ll need a smartphone or tablet to set up MFA. Register for an MFA Online Zoom Session.

Scheduled One-on-One Support
If you need help setting up MFA, request an appointment with the UISO by emailing DataSecurity@luc.edu.  Zoom appointments are offered Monday-Friday, 10am-3pm.  You’ll need a smartphone or tablet to set up MFA.

Have an issue or concern? Contact the Service Desk by logging an incident, via email at itsservicedesk@luc.edu or via phone at 773-508-4487

Last Modified:   Wed, August 5, 2020 11:02 AM CDT