New Student Gmail

EMAIL

If you are a new student, your Clemson email (username@clemson.edu) has automatically been forwarded to your G Suite for Education account. If you would like to use another email service instead, you can change your forwarding settings at http://www.clemson.edu/email_forwarding.

What is my email address?

Your email address will be your username followed by “@clemson.edu” (i.e.joeuser@clemson.edu).

G Suite for Education

What is G Suite for Education?

Your official Clemson email address is username@clemson.edu. However, most Clemson students use their G Suite for Education accounts. When we created your Username, we also created an identical G Suite for Education account for you and automatically forwarded your email to it.

How do I log in and what is my initial password?

Go to http://g.clemson.edu to access your G Suite for Education email account. Your username will be your Clemson username@g.clemson.edu. This account has its own password separate from the one associated with your Clemson Username. The initial password will be “cu##” followed by the last four numbers of your social security number (i.e. cu##1234).

What if I forgot my password or my default password isn’t working?

Log in to the Email Control Panel with your university username and password. Click “Reset my Google Apps password” and follow all of the instructions on the next screen.

How do I change my G Suite for Education password?

Your G Suite for Education password should NOT be identical to your Clemson password. This is because the G Suite account is hosted by Google, not Clemson University. Password changes on Google will not change your password on the Clemson network and vice versa.

You can change your password within your account settings. Resetting your G Suite password will NOT change your Clemson Username password. For detailed instructions, please see Google’s password reset walkthrough.

 

If you have more questions, email ITHELP@clemson.edu or call 864-656-3494.

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