Go to https://secure.echosign.com/public/login to sign in to Adobe Sign. View the Adobe Sign Log In guide for step by step instructions about logging in. You can also log in to the myNorthridge Portal and select the Sign My Documents link from the Technology pagelet.
Note: If you are a sender who is simultaneously accessing a demo and production Adobe Sign account, you must use a separate browsers to log in. You can also use a private browser for logging in. If you experience issues signing in to Adobe Sign, clear the browser cache and try again.
Adobe Sign uses a specific email@example.com domain for their emails This cannot be changed.
CSUN is going as paper-free as possible, but there is the ability to print the documents in Adobe Sign.
Faculty and staff can request sender access. A CSUN student employee may request access only with manager approval.
Contact your Adobe Sign business owner to request access. Be sure to provide your name, employee ID, email address, extension, effective date and department name to your business owner.
For business owners, view the instructions to initiate the Adobe Access Request form to learn how to initiate the request form.
Adobe Sign Business Owners
|Academic Affairs||Diane Stephens|
|Academic Affairs||Stephanie Nguyen|
|Financial Services||Megan Zullo|
|Associated Students||Steven De Luca|
|Athletics||Maxine Nicole Menanno|
|Human Resources||Brian Cummins|
|Human Resources||Nikki Valadez|
|Information Technology||Ranjit Philip|
|International Students||Marta Lopez|
|Police Services||Michael Yu|
|Student Affairs||Paul Schantz|
|Student Health Center||Victor Diamante|
|Student Housing||Carye Vogt|
|The University Corporation||Danior Martin|
|The University Corporation||Grace Slavik|
|The University Corporation||Stacey Lord|
|Tseng College||Pankaj Bedekar|
|Tseng College||Rayjann Patao|
|The Universal Design Center||Crystal Monroy|
|University Advancement||Danny Reader|
|University Student Union||Alexander Gonzales|
All CSUN employees have basic Adobe Sign viewing and signing rights. However, in order to be able to access, prepare and send a form in Adobe Sign, a user must be an Adobe Sign "Sender." To request a "Sender" role, contact the IT Help Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 818-677-1400.
IT Help Center
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Department, college or division forms that are typically printed and signed should go through Adobe Sign. Paper-based forms that are typically sent by mail, email or campus mail that require a wet signature should transition to Adobe Sign.
*Note: Forms or documents containing Confidential Level 1 data should not be sent through Adobe Sign.
Yes! Adobe Sign works from all major mobile devices and tablets.
Yes. Digital signatures are a subset of the larger category called “electronic signatures.” Where typical electronic signatures can use a variety of methods for authenticating signers, digital signatures uses certificates. Adobe Sign is an electronic signature tool. that uses CSUN authentication to verify identity.
A web form is a reusable form that you can share or embed on your webpage for visitors to initiate the signing of the form.
The default role for all CSUN employees is a signer. Signers are required to apply at least one signature to an agreement.
Users who have requested the sender role can send a document(s) for one or more signatures.
If you do not have sender access, you will not be able to sign in to Adobe Sign and see the dashboard.
Workflows can tailor the signing process to fit your specific needs. Administrators can design, manage and share workflows with senders. Using workflows, an admin can set up specific signers that always remain on an agreement and also those signers that may change from time to time. Workflows can be shared from group to group.
Yes, an Adobe Sign group account can designate a Box folder where all agreements sent from the group account will be uploaded the the Box folder.
The steps to set up the Box folder are as follows:
1. Log in to your myCSUNbox account.
2. Create and name a Box folder.
3. Select ..., followed by the Settings option.
4. In the Uploading section, select the checkbox for Allow uploads to this folder. A unique email address displays for the Box folder.
5. The IT Adobe Sign Administrator needs the Box email address to set up the Box upload. Email email@example.com and include your Adobe Sign group name and the Box email address.