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DocuSign is an online service which allows you to prepare, sign, act on, and manage online written agreements. It offers eSignature, a way to sign electronically on practically any device, from almost anywhere. OIT is now offering DocuSign to the campus free of charge.

Below are several frequently-asked questions about the service, including how to sign up for an account. If you can't find the answer you need, then we encourage you to take a look at the UCI DocuSign site. Alternatively, feel free to send us an email to if you have further questions.

Getting an account is as simple as logging in with your UCInetID and password. Follow these 3 steps to get started:
  1. Visit the DocuSign login page.
  2. Type your UCI email address and select Continue.
    • NOTE: Make sure you enter it in the format Do NOT enter your
  3. Sign in as you normally do with your UCInetID and password.
If you already have a departmental account, this will create a new, duplicate account which will be empty. Please open a ticket and we'll assign it to our eDocs team who will remove the duplicate.
Links in DocuSign emails are time-sensitive and will expire if not clicked after a period of time set by the sender. Simply follow the on-screen prompts to have DocuSign resend the email with a valid link OR you can simply login to DocuSign and visit the 'Action Required' section to see any documents that are awaiting your signature.
Some DocuSign users have multiple DocuSign accounts. A common example is someone who has an account through work and another account for personal transactions. If you have multiple DocuSign accounts that reside on the same DocuSign site (e.g., NA1, NA2, EU), and they use the same email and password combination, then you can easily switch between them once you log in. DocuSign has detailed instructions on their site on how to switch accounts.
Yes. Signatures processed by DocuSign are compliant with the US ESIGN Act and the European Union's Electronic Signatures Directive (1999/93/EC).