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UH Login Process

UH Login Process

Laulima logo In order to protect the privacy of our students, the University of Hawaiʻi has implemented a Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) system. With this system, logging is a 2-step process:

  1. Login with your UH username and password
  2. Authenticate your login via a mobile device or landline

UH Login is a single sign-on (SSO) service, so once you have logged into one UH Login-enabled service, you won’t usually need to login to other UH Login-enabled services for a couple of hours.

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Step 1: Login

Figure with a key in front - login You can access Laulima directly by going to, type your UH username into the “user I.D.” box and password into the “password” box in the upper right corner of the screen and click the “Login” button.

If you are a “Guest” and have been invited to log into a Laulima course, login using your full email address (example: and the password that was sent to you automatically the first time your account was created. For guests only, it is encouraged that you use the Account tool in your “My Workspace” tab to change your password to something secure you can remember and to add a first and last name.

Step 2: Multi-Factor Authentication

DUO logo UH Login supports Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA). MFA uses a registered mobile phone, landline, or hard token to provide an added level of protection. With MFA, no one can login using just your UH Username and password, they would also need your registered device. Once you sign up for MFA, you will be prompted for your registered device after providing your usual UH Username and password for any web service using UH Login. You can check the “Remember me for 7 days” box so that you will not be prompted for your registered device the remainder of the day within the web browser being used. For more detailed instructions, follow the link below.