Single Sign On (SSO)

On June 22nd, the URL for Student Learning & Licensure will be changing from to If you set up SAML SSO prior to June 22nd, you will need to do the following after our release on June 22nd:

  1. For your SAML server (i.e. the server entered for the field idP URL), update the config files to reflect the domain change (i.e. the updated SLL production URL:
  2. Update the Service Provider URL to reflect the updated SLL production URL

Please refer to the updated PDF guides below.

User Access through Single Sign On (SSO)

Single Sign On can be established so that students and faculty can log in to Student Learning & Licensure (SL&L) by using their Institutional Username and Password. This is helpful so students and faculty do not need to manage a set of login credentials distinctly for SL&L.
SL&L can support three types of Single Sign On protocols (CAS, LDAP, and SAML) which must be established with the aid of an IT contact provided by the Institution.
A Watermark Integration Specialist will work with the Institutional IT contact to give recommendations on what information should be imported, as well as provide a testing environment so that you can ensure that Single Sign On is established properly before establishing in the production environment.
The PDF documents below provide a step-by-step guide to setup Single Sign On.
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