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How to Set Up Your Missouri S&T Student Gmail Account

 

Step 1: Activate Gmail and Google Apps

Click the image below to go to the Google Apps activation tool. Sign in with your S&T username and password. This is the same information you use to sign in to Joe'SS.

You have now activated your Gmail account.

 

Step 2: Sign in to check your email

Log in to your Gmail account at gmail.com Icon indicated a new window/tab will be opened by pressing link
Note: You can also use gmail.mst.edu Icon indicated a new window/tab will be opened by pressing link or myhome.mst.edu Indicates that you will be directed to an external site by clicking on the link.

If you are unable to sign in to your Gmail account using your Joe'SS username and password, contact the IT Help Desk for assistance.


For students admitted to Missouri S&T prior to March 25, 2014:

You may have an S&T Office 365 mailbox that was created prior to the move to Gmail.

IT recommends you sign in, at least one time, to access any mail delivered to that account prior to March 25, 2014.

To sign in to your Office 365 account, follow our tutorial to activate the account.

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