Northwestern University Directory

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for Off Campus Users

Use the asterisk (*) wildcard if you do not know the exact spelling of a person's name (joh* do*)

Northwestern faculty, staff and students: use the authenticated Web page to gain full access to directory information from off campus.

Northwestern University has implemented obscuring of e-mail addresses in the directory for security purposes. If you wish to view unobscured e-mail addresses and are a Northwestern faculty, staff or student please use the authenticated Web page.

Use this page to look up directory information for people at Northwestern University. Looking up people by typing in their name is the simplest and most common kind of online directory query. Many more complicated kinds of queries are also possible, including wild-card searches. See Query Language in Online Directory Services for details.

Support disclaimer: This form is intended for use by Northwestern University faculty, staff, and students. Non-Northwestern visitors are welcome, but directory support is only available for the Northwestern community.

If you are a Northwestern faculty member, staff member, or student, and if you have a question about your personal online directory information, please contact the NUIT Support Center at 847-491-HELP (4357) or e-mail Note: the NUIT Support Center cannot alter your online directory for you. Please see Edit Your Online Directory Information for information on how you can edit your online directory entry.

This directory is for official Northwestern University use and also for individual communication between faculty, staff, and students listed herein. Use of this directory for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, reproducing and storing it in a retrieval system by any means, electronic or mechanical; photocopying; or using the addresses or other information contained in this directory for any private, commercial, or political mailing, is strictly prohibited, is in direct violation of copyright, and constitutes misappropriation of corporate property.

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