UIN (University ID Number)
The UIN is a unique 8-digit number used to identify student and employee records. This number is printed on all University ID cards printed by the University Card Center after May 2004.
To obtain your UIN:
- Your University ID number is sent to you when you are admitted to Old Dominion University.
- If you do not know or cannot find your UIN, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and date of birth, or call 757-683-4425 (you will be asked to provide information to prove your identity).
- If you forget your UIN, log in to the secure website, LEO Online (www.leoonline.odu.edu), with your MIDAS ID and password. Click on Personal Information and then click on View University and MIDAS Identification Numbers. Your University ID number will be displayed there.
- if you do not have internet access, you may visit the Office of the University Registrar with a photo ID in order to retrieve your UIN.
- Distance Learning students may visit the Site Director for assistance obtaining their UIN.
The UIN is considered personally identifiable information and is protected in the same manner as the Social Security Number.
PIN (Personal Identification Number)
The PIN is no longer used to log in to secure University web sites such as LEO Online and the TouchNet Student Account Suite.