Cput SOS: Cape Peninsula University of Technology Student Portal

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cput sos

Cput SOS is a one-stop shop where Cape Peninsula University of Technology students can view their progress marks, change contact information, make fee payments and register online.

From making fee payments to registering online, all CPUT students now have access to the Student Online Services (SOS) portal.

Student Online Services (SOS) gives you access to your student data – anytime and from anywhere.

This user-friendly system also allows students to

  • register online
  • check the subjects that you are registered for
  • print a proof of registration
  • view your progress marks
  • change your contact information
  • check and pay your fees online
  • Check exam result.

How to log in to cput sos

  1. To access SOS go to cput.ac.za/students/about/sos
  2. Click on “LOGIN TO SOS” and then enter your student number and PIN, then click the “Login” button.

If you do not have a pin, click on the “LOGIN TO SOS” button, fill in your student number, and click on Request a pin.

Cput sos login page

Then return to the SOS page and use the Get your PIN here application to have the pin displayed to you. You have a maximum of 3 attempts to request a pin.

PIN requested successfully, but not receiving the PIN?

If you have selected “Request a PIN”/”Forgot a PIN” but you’re not receiving the PIN, then login to your myCPUT email to get it.

Note your PIN will only be forwarded to your myCPUT email account (if you are a returning student), or the email account that you filled in on your application form (if you have never studied at CPUT before, or not been registered since 2012).

Once you have registered, a “myCPUT” email account will be created for you.

If you get the error message “Error Creating PIN (No E-mail Address Available)“, your PIN will be sent to you by SMS but you will not receive an email, as no e-mail address exists on your Biographical record.

Some students can also get a message like “Illegal Login“…

What does it mean?

It simply means you are either using the incorrect PIN, or you do not yet have a PIN.

Action required by Student:

  1. Verify the pin you have received by email/sms and enter the correct pin.
  2. If this does not work, click on the request a pin button.

In any case you have problems accessing you myCPUT account then contact the Call Centre on 086 123 2788 or 021 959 6767.

You can also let us know in the comment section below.

Cput student email

Your student email is very important as a student of Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

You’ll use this email for important things such as accessing cput blackboard, receiving important notifications and a lot more.

To access your student email account,

  1. Click on the student email link outlook.com/mycput.ac.za
  2. Your Username is your email address e.g. 212126547@mycput.ac.za
  3. Enter your password.

Forgot your cput network password?

How to reset your password online.

CTS has launched a new password reset facility for staff and students which will enable users to change their network passwords themselves with ease.

The password reset facility enable students to change their network passwords themselves once registered.

You need to have the following available to register for this service:

  • ID or Passport number
  • Student card
  • A mobile phone (a PIN will be sent to the phone that will enable you to change your password when a reset is required).

First register at the following URL: pwdregistration.cput.ac.za/ before making use of the reset facility.

Once you have registered you can reset your password by following these steps:

  1. Go to the Password Reset URL above.
  2. Verify your identity.
  3. Enter the PIN that was send to you via SMS.
  4. Enter your new password.

Your password will synchronize for access to E-mail, E-Learning, Internet Access and OPA.

DO NOT give your password to anyone!!! If you suspect unauthorized use of your password, change it immediately.

Your cput sos password will EXPIRE after 90 days and must be changed to a new unique password.

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