Gmail and G Suite Resources

edited GSuite

Information regarding the Exchange decommission on May 1, 2017- Please follow these instructions to remove your old LawMail account on your devices. Windows PC, Mac, Android, iPhone or iPad.

Accessing Gmail (And G Suite)

Go to Enter your NetID and Password.

Request an Admin NetID for a generic account

G Suite for Beginners

Is this your first time using Gmail, Calendar, Drive, and other G Suite Apps? 
Use this G Suite Quickstart Guide to familiarize yourself with all of the G Suite Applications in 7 easy steps.


Using Google Calendars

Schedule events, create reminders, share and view colleague's calendars, and create team calendars.  Learn more at the Google Calendar training site.

Google Groups at Georgetown

A Google Group is used to forward messages to one or more individuals within the Georgetown community. Follow this link to request an official Georgetown Google group.

Looking for an existing Google Group or "distribution list" at the Law Center? View this current distribution list site to find your updated distribution account.  The Google Groups App in G Suite also lets you view your Google Groups.

Contacts at Georgetown 

You can search and find, or verify any active Georgetown email address in Gmail. 

Google also allows you to add and save your email contacts to your Gmail Contacts. 

Create Contact Groups for groups of people that you often communicate with using these instructions. (These are different from Google Groups) 

Training and other Resources

The Law Center offers in person Training Opportunities for Gmail and G Suite Applications. Sign up for one of our G Suite Trainings.

Learn about all of the GSuite applications with the G Suite Learning Center

For immediate assistance with any of the Google Applications, including Gmail, contact, or call 202-662-9284

On The Web

Maps & Directions

Google Location Map Georgetown University Law Center 600 New Jersey Avenue NW Washington, DC 20001