Google Apps for Education
What is Google Apps?
Google Apps for Education has transformed educational institutions across the globe. With Google Apps, all your work is automatically saved in the cloud. You'll have access to your email, calendar and documents and will be able to work securely no matter where you are in the world or what device you're on. Google Apps includes dozens of critical security features specifically designed to keep your data safe, secure and in your control.
Visit Google's website to learn more about how Google Apps work.
How do I use Google Apps?
Visit Google Apps Documentation & Support website to get help using your email, calendar, documents and other Google Apps. Quick links on how to use each specific Google App is provided below:
Your first days using Google Apps. Watch a video introduction and initial information about Google Apps. Learn more.
Email with 30GB of storage, spam filtering and search. Learn more.
Store address information for all your contacts. Learn more.
Personal, shared and public calendars. Learn more.
Simple, real-time document collaboration from anywhere. Learn more.
Access, organize, and share all your files from any device, anywhere. Learn more.
Use groups as mailing lists or forums, to collaborate with co-workers and more. Learn more.
Get Google Apps on your mobile device (Android, iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Phone). Learn more.
Who uses Google Apps?
Google Apps is available to students, alumni and employees of the University.
How do I get to Google Apps?
To access your Kettering Google account, login from the University's Google login page using your LDAP credentials.
In addition to the information provided on the Google website, please contact us with any further questions you may have at the Information Technology (IT) Help Desk by email at email@example.com or phone at (810) 237-8324.