Create a TACC Account


The Texas Advanced Computer Center (TACC) provides high-performance computing, visualization, data analysis, storage, software, and cloud, gateways & portal interfaces. Create a TACC account by following the instructions below.

Creating Account

  1. Navigate to TASS User Portal and click the button Log in with UT System/ UT EID.
  2. Click the button Login with UT System.

  3.  In the list drop-down, choose The University of Texas at Dallas and click the button Select.

  4. Sign-in with your UT Dallas NetID and Password.

  5. Click the "I need to create a TACC Account" button to continue creating your account.


  6. Create your TACC username and enter necessary details.

  7. Once your account is created, follow the prompts to "Configure multi-factor authentication using the TACC App". 

Note: This is required to successfully access the TACC server.

  1. To learn more about how to set up multi-factor authenticating using the TACC App, navigate to TACC's Instructions

Note: Please contact if you have any questions or if you encounter difficulties accessing the data.


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