Computer Services at the University




Acceptable Use of Computing  Resources

The acceptable use of all computing resources, including computers, networking, hardware, software and files, is restricted to the university's policy, as appears in the Division for Computation’s site, under the section: Policy on Acceptable Use of Computing and Networking Resources.


Personal Code

At the beginning of their registration process, applicants receive a Personal Code, that various university systems use for authentication. .

The code can be reset or changed on the Personal Information site.

Support is provided at the Students Computer Centers (HAVOT) and via our Call Center: 02-588-3450.

Some students have a one-time password card (OTP).. An OTP password can be used instead of the Personal Code.


Personal Information Website and App

The Hebrew University site and HUJIapp were designed to make it easier for students to obtain personal information from the University.

Once they have been admitted, students are given access to the website and to HUJIapp that is valid until their graduation.

Information available on this site includes: notice of admission, curriculum and grades, tuition, bursaries, loans and an option to view graded exam papers.

The site's homepage displays important messages and we recommend logging in frequently.

The information on HUJIapp includes: personal details, courses and grades, timetables, exam schedules, and tuition information.

Students can also contact various University services through the Contact system, from the site and through HUJIapp.

You can download the HUJIapp for cell phones and tablets at: .

Access the site and HUJIapp using your ID number (8 digits, without the check digit) and your Personal Code.


Personal University Email Address - HujiMail

When you are admitted, the University provides you with a personal university Gmail account. This email remains available to students throughout their studies and official correspondence from the University is sent to this address.

All correspondence between the Hebrew University and the students is conducted through this email box only.

The email address is also printed on Voucher No. 1 in the payment booklet and in the acceptance notification from the University.

The initial password for your new email account can be obtained from the Personal Information site. To login and set a new password, visit the site:

This email service provides students with an unlimited mailbox and cloud storage, along with other services, such as editing and sharing tools, calendar, and forms.

Hebrew University graduates can continue using this account indefinitely.

Students who do not complete their degree will be notified that their account is about to be closed, about a year after they were last registered as students.

Additional guidelines and information are available on the Computation Authority website


Courses Enrolment

Students access the course enrollment systems using their ID number (8 digits, without the control digit) and

their Personal Code using


Connecting to a campus Wi-Fi network

There are two Wi-Fi networks on campus: HUJI-guest and eduroam. HUJI-guest does not require authentication, but has no access to library e-resources. Eduroam is an international academic network. Besides the access you gain in other educational institutes, a full access to HUJI resources is available when connecting from the university’s premises. A connection account (RA account) should be opened, and the required format is:  more info:


Access to library e-resources

All students are eligible to access library electronic resources during their studies and for one additional year. It is possible to connect to the service, either from campus public computers, from the eduroam network, or through your HujiMail or Personal code.  more info: 



Online Learning

Most of our courses deploy, to a certain extent, synchronic or a-synchronic E-learning techniques, where its core is Moodle  ( Moodle is the platform which enables access to assignments, learning materials and Zoom meetings and recordings. You can access Moodle with your ID and personal code (authenticating with your mailhuji credentials or SMS will be added later on). Just before the Semester begins, you will be receiving a ZOOM registration message to your HujiMail account. Make sure you register properly, otherwise you will not be able to participate in your class.

Additionally, we recommend students to be equipped with a computer, video cam and earphones and to check ahead the availability of a reliable internet connection. Further instructions could be located in our site and in Moodle.


Public Computer Services

Access to public computers and public ports is available to all students. Most of these computers could be found in Students’ Computer Centers (HAVOT), and in the libraries.  Logging in to public computers enables students to study in a digital environment which provides all the applications and library resources needed for studying, a personal drive for file storage, and printing and scanning services. Access to public computers requires an AD account, which is opened for all new students.

Change or reset of an AD password:

Additional information could be found in the Authority of Computation’s site.


MyPlace service

Remote access to installed software on  campus

HUJI students can connect remotely at any time and use the software installed on public computers, with no further installations on their part. 

This kind of remote usage has been upgraded during the academic year 2019-2020 and is now available either through Azure or by a VPN connection: SambaVPN —> browse to

To authenticate to this service you should use your AD credentials , which you regularly use when logging into public computers on campus. Further instructions:


Office 365

All active students are entitled to free five installations of Office365 on various devices, such as computers, smartphones, and tablets.

More info:


Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching

Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching is available for students in the following faculties and programs: Science, Brain Sciences, Computer Science, Medicine, Dental Medicine, Veterinary, Agriculture, Statistics, Occupational Therapy, and Social Work.

The program grants free access for a suite of Microsoft applications including Operating Systems, Servers, and Development tools.


Additional Software Services

Each student can have access to download SPSS, Matlab, Mathematica, JMP and ArcGIS during their studies. In addition, the University is constantly developing for its students additional teaching applications such as Moodle, curriculum, etc.

More information about student software services



In addition to the Students’ Computer Centers teams, students can also be assisted by our central support Center: 02-5883450.
whatsup:  052-588-6733 
Mail:, Facebook: HujiPCSupport,



Website of the Division for Computation

Additional guides and information about services could be found on the website of the Authority for Computation: .