UCLA Multi-Factor Authentication

For Google Apps for Education (g.ucla.edu)

Since Google Apps authentication is done using UCLA Single Sign On (SSO), turning on 2-step verification through your Google Apps account settings won’t have the intended behavior. If you’d like to add multi-factor authentication protection to your Google Apps account you’ll want to turn on MFA for your UCLA Logon ID.

For UCLA Logon ID

All employees including student workers are required to enroll in MFA as of October 31, 2017 MFA is available as an option to all other UCLA Logon account holders (i.e. students, alumni, retirees, contractors, etc.) but is opt-in.

See https://www.it.ucla.edu/security/resources/mfa-at-ucla for more information.

Marked for deletion on 03.29.2022 by Chang, Henry
Reason: duplicate info