MCommunity is an enterprise directory and identity management system that allows the university to know who is and is not a member of the U-M community so that central officesas well as departments, schools, colleges, and campusescan grant and remove access to their online resources as needed and appropriate.
MCommunity supports NextGen Michigan.
Course groups facilitate course collaboration. U-M instructors on the Ann Arbor campus and their students can send email and share Google resources using course groups created in MCommunity from class roster information in Wolverine Access.
UMICH Password Hub. A password hub inside MCommunity synchronizes UMICH passwords to Active Directory (UMROOT) and Google UMICH, allowing members of the U-M community to use a single password for multiple U-M services.
MCommunity groups are in Google UMICH. This means the groups can be used for sharing Google resources.
LDAP access to MCommunity Directory
UMROOT Active Directory Data Feed. This real-time data feed from MCommunity to Active Directory is used to provision and de-provision UMROOT Active Directory user accounts.
MCommunity Sponsor System. Used to get uniqnames and create online identities for sponsored people.
Web Service access to the MCommunity Sponsor System for Medical Center Information Technology (MCIT)
OTID processing. OTIDS are One-Time Identifiers used by new students and employees to create their own uniqnames.
MCommunity Infrastructure, including the data feeds connecting the primary authoritative data sources.