How do I find my Cambridge student number?

Your CRSid is the first part of your email address that you were allocated whilst at the University of Cambridge – this would usually consist of your initials and a random number or numbers.

How do I find my CRSid?

You’ll use your CRSid as your username when you log in to many online services and it forms the basis of your Cambridge email address. Find your CRSid by following the instructions for completing your student registration in the welcome email you got from the Student Registry around mid-September.

What is my CRS ID?

You will be given a code when you arrive in Cambridge, based on your initials and a random number, which acts as a unique identifier for you within the univerity. This is usually 4-7 characters and will form part of your email address (xxxxx@cam.ac.uk).

What is my USN Cambridge?

CamSIS is the University’s comprehensive system for handling student information, records and transactions. As the official repository of a student’s record from application all the way through to graduation, it is used by staff, students and alumni to manage and extract student data.

What is your CRSid?

Your CRSid is a combination of your initials and some random numbers. It’s used to identify you across the University’s systems, and as your username for many online services. Your email address will be in the form: [Your CRSid]@cam.ac.uk.

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How do I access my Cambridge email?

Your Exchange Online email account is part of your University of Cambridge Microsoft account. Sign in with your CRSid@cam.ac.uk email address and Raven password.

What is directory lookup?

Similar to the yellow pages in a phone book, a search directory is a categorized online index of websites. Unlike search engines, which use web crawlers to visit websites and collect data for indexation, search directories are populated through processes of application and approval.

What is a CRS account?

The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is an information standard for the Automatic Exchange Of Information (AEOI) regarding financial accounts on a global level, between tax authorities, which the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) developed in 2014. Its purpose is to combat tax evasion.

What is CRS form?

What Is Form CRS? Form CRS is short for customer or client relationship summary. It’s a brief document, limited to two pages for individual firms, that SEC-registered brokers and financial advisors are now required by law to provide to their retail clients to disclose specific facts about the services they offer.

What is CRS document?

The Common Reporting Standard (CRS), developed in response to the G20 request and approved by the OECD Council on 15 July 2014, calls on jurisdictions to obtain information from their financial institutions and automatically exchange that information with other jurisdictions on an annual basis.

What is my Cambridge candidate number?

Your candidate number appears on your individual examination timetable. Your candidate number can also be found on the Academic and Assessment Information page of Student Self Service.

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How do I get my Cambridge transcript?

Please log into CamSIS Self-Service and click on the Academic Tile to access transcript services. Once you have access to your documents in Digitary CORE we strongly advise that you link your account to a personal email address in addition to your @cam address.

How do I verify a Cambridge degree?

The digital Academic Verification Document can be requested in CamSIS self-service via the Academic tile (alumni can access via Extended Self-Service). Once you have requested your document it should be available within five working days. This can be used to validate your attendance and academic award.

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