Newcastle University ePortfolio

Login and Access Issues

Who can access the ePortfolio?

All registered students and staff at Newcastle University can access the ePortfolio. In addition, NHS teachers contributing to MB BS can log in with their FMS account details; access normally via the TSE.

Access is via the CAS authentication system which first checks your login details against the University Active Directory service (your Windows 'Campus' password) and then against a secondary source (FMS accounts) for NHS clinical teachers.

How do I log in?

Visit https://portfolio.ncl.ac.uk/ and click on "Login to your ePortfolio". You can also access ePortfolio from the Student and Staff home page, and from Blackboard.

To login, use your Newcastle University username and password; the same those as you use to login to a cluster PC, or to your University email.

Passwords are case-sensitive.

In the event that you can't login with your usual University username and password please contact IT Service Desk: it.servicedesk@ncl.ac.uk.

Accessing the Portfolio via Blackboard

There is a 'ePortfolio' link in the top menu of Newcastle University's implementation of Blackboard. Clicking on the link opens https://portfolio.ncl.ac.uk/ in a new tab in your browser.

Please note: the ePortfolio, Library and Careers links currently don't work in browsers other than Internet Explorer. If you are using another browser, please access these services directly. For Portfolio use: https://portfolio.ncl.ac.uk/

Forgotten your password?

If you have a Campus Username and password and University email address (@ncl.ac.uk or @newcastle.ac.uk) please contact the ISS IT Service Desk on (0191 222) 5999 (available 24/7) for a password reset.

If you are a FMS account holder (i.e. your username begins with 'fms') and can not remember your password, you can get a password reminder here.

How do I change my University password?

Changing your Password (NUIT Website)

Further Information

Information for Staff registered for PhDs and other higher degrees