New! Designated Campus Colleagues (DCCs) System to Replace Retiring Department Sponsored Visitor (DSV) System May 27, 2012
The DSV System was retired on May 27, 2012. Details provided below are critical for ensuring the DSV/DCCs continue with uninterrupted services.
New! Student workers who need UAConnect accounts no longer need to get a DSV/DCC account. You may now request a UAConnect account for your student workers who need to interact with staff calendars or send on behalf of staff email by logging in at https://netid.arizona.edu/uaconnect/studentemp/.
Designated Campus Colleagues (DCCs) accounts are available for those individuals not represented by an official record in the UAccess employee or student systems and who may require temporary computing privileges as deemed necessary by an affiliated University of Arizona department, school, or college.
Eligible for DCC
Ineligible for DCC
|Employees of Temporary Agencies||Inter-Institutional Staff and Faculty|
|Independent Contractors, Artists and Performers||Spouses of UA Employees|
|Vendors and Business Partners||Dependents of UA Employees|
|Sponsored Volunteers||Conference Attendees|
|UA Foundation Members||UA Alumni|
|Campaign Volunteers||Non-Matriculated Students|
|Religious Center Personnel||Students Incomplete|
|Government Agency Staff|
|Grad Committee Members|
|Health Care Partners|
How to Obtain a DCC Account
DCC accounts are created by an offically designated UA college or department 'sponsor'. These individuals are approved as sponsors by the Access Provisioning Liaison for their department and by an Authorizing Agent of the University. As sponsors, they are granted the ability to generate DCC records for individuals.
How to Become a DCC Sponsor
Your department must request the appropriate UAccess Employee role(s) for you. There can be several roles associated with the DCC creation and approval process, depending on how your department is organized. Requests for access can be submitted in the UAccess Application Access Provisioning tool.