Create documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and more. Invite others to collaborate in real-time. You can store them in Drive; you can store them in Box; you can print them out and store them in your sock drawer. It’s up to you.
How do I get support?
Need help with G Suite? Check out Google’s robust help site for tips, tricks, known issues, and more.
The University of Chicago makes G Suite for Education available to faculty, students, and staff. It includes the following services:
- Gmail, for email
- Google Docs, for online document creation and collaboration, including spreadsheets and presentations
- Google Drive, for file storage in the cloud
- Google Calendar, for event scheduling and coordination
- Google Sites, for simplified website creation
Using your CNetID and password, you can log into the UChicago G Suite for easy accessibility and collaboration. G Suite provides you with 25 Gigabytes of storage for email and unlimited storage for documents.
For more information, see the G Suite entry in the ITS services catalog.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I forward my @UChicago email address to Gmail?
Can I use Google Hangouts with UChicago Google Apps?
Unfortunately the UChicago Google Apps agreement does not include Google Hangouts.
What information can I store on Google Drive?
Data privacy is very important to UChicago, and that includes information stored on cloud services such as Drive. IT Services, in collaboration with our campus partners, has created a Data Usage Guide to help the campus community better understand what data is approprate to store where. If you have questions or concerns about storing data in the cloud, take a look at Data Usage Guide for more information.