Using DocuSign for Digital Signatures

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What is DocuSign

DocuSign is a popular service for creating and/or approving digital signatures. Typically, digital signatures are used for signing offer letters, sales contracts, permission slips, rental/lease agreements, liability waivers, financial documents, etc. Our DocuSign instance is licensed for Xavier business use only and should not be used for personal documents.

Creating a DocuSign account

DocuSign uses Single Sign On (SSO) for authentication. As a result, it is not necessary to create an account by registering, filling out forms etc.

To create an account, just login to Xavier's DocuSign instance at with your Xavier account credentials.

Getting started

DocuSign has two roles: document senders and document signers. The following directions step through the process for each role:

It is highly recommended to take the accelerated training courses offered at DocuSign University to develop a better understanding of the product.

Further assistance

The vast majority of basic questions are answered via DocuSign's support portal.

If you are unable to find a suitable answer via the support portal, please open a new ticket with our help desk.


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