The ITS Service Center can assist with computing accounts, subscriptions, uniqnames, passwords and more.
Whether you can continue to use your uniqname, MCommunity Directory profile, and U-M computing services after leaving U-M depends on your current affiliation.
For details, see
Students & Alumni. Alumni keep some, but not all, of the services they had access to as students.
Faculty & Staff and Retirees. Retirees keep some, but not all, of the services they had access to as faculty or staff. Emeritus professors keep access to all their U-M computing services. Former employees lose all access after a grace period.
Sponsored People. Sponsored affiliates lose access to all U-M computing services when their sponsorship expires.
People with multiple affiliations retain access as long as one affiliation remains. For example, a terminated staff member who is also an alumna retains use of some services because of her alumni affiliation. A sponsored person who is hired by the university retains access after his sponsorship expires because of his employee affiliation. A staff member who retires can continue to use some services because of her retiree affiliation.
If you will lose access to some or all U-M computing services, see Managing Your Digital Files and Information When You Leave U-M for information to help you transition files, messages, and other digital data that you want to keep.