Connecticut College students, faculty, and staff have access to G Suite for Education (Google Apps). This includes powerful apps to support email, calendaring, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, websites, and file sharing.
Google Mail (Gmail) - An email client with built-in instant messaging, voice, video chat, tasks, and spam filtering. Your Connecticut College gmail can be accessed on your smartphone and other mobile devices. Many of your questions on gmail can be answered by visiting the Google Mail Help Center
Google Calendar - You can share your calendar with others, manage multiple calendars, create a calendar to be shared by your team, or do room and resource scheduling. You can also access your calendar on mobile devices. Many of your calendaring questions can be answered by visiting the Google Calendar Help Center
Google Docs - A web-based application used to create, edit and store documents online. Files can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection and a web browser. Google Docs is compatible with most presentation software and word processor applications. Many of our students use this as an alternative to buying word processing software. You can find additional information by accessing the Google Docs Help Center
Google Sheets - A web based application used to create, modify, and share spreadsheets. Files can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection and a web browser. Google sheets is compatible with MS Excel and supports CSV files. Many of our students use this as an alternative to buying spreadsheet software. You can find additional information by accessing the Google Docs Help Center
For questions and help with G Suite for Education, please contact Diane Creede, Instructional Designer/Developer, at email@example.com or at x5145.