UGA students, faculty and staff can install Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus for free on up to five devices, such as your phone, tablet, and laptop with Windows or Apple operating systems. Office 365 ProPlus includes Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more.
Is that email legit? UGA never sends emails asking for your MyID password or other
sensitive information. If you think you have received a phishing email, forward it
Off-campus? You'll need ArchPass to log in.
Changes Coming to UGAMail log in page
Effective September 28, 2023, users may notice minor changes to the UGAMail login page, including an updated “Forgot my password” link and contact information for the EITS Help Desk. Click here to learn more.
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Information & Announcements
Bi-Annual Cybersecurity Training Due October 31: All faculty, staff and student employees should complete the bi-annual cybersecurity training by Tuesday, October 31. The training can be found here, KnowBe4 Training, and you will log in with your UGA MyID and password. If you need help accessing the training please contact the EITS Help Desk.
Trouble Logging In? If you can access other MyID services but cannot access your UGAMail, please contact the EITS Help Desk at 706-542-3106.
Email Client Setup: Use Microsoft Outlook, the UGA mobile app or a web browser to check your UGAMail. Here's how to set up the UGAMail email client.
Never email a password or other sensitive information to messages that ask for such information. If you think you have sent sensitive information to a phishing scam, change your MyID password immediately at the MyID home page. For more details about phishing, see Phishing Awareness at UGA. If you must email or store sensitive information for an official reason, University of Georgia policy requires that it must be encrypted.