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Accounts & email

Google at IU

Access Google Apps including Drive, Docs, Sites, Slides, Sheets, Jamboard, Chat, and Meet with your Google at IU account. Along with your IU Gmail account, these apps are part of the G Suite for Education available at no additional fee to IU students, faculty, staff, and affiliates.

Accessing Google at IU apps

Log in to, visit app-specific pages, or log into Google mobile devices and apps using your IU email address, IU username and passphrase.

Note: Always use your Google at IU account for Indiana University coursework and other university business. Personal (free) non-IU Google accounts are not approved for institutional data.

Google Contacts

Create an online address book that can integrate with other Google at IU apps.

Google Meet

Hold video calls with up to 150 participants.

Google at IU My Drive

Share files and collaborate from any device using Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Forms, and Google Drawings.

Google Sites

Build simple websites quickly and easily.


This RSS aggregator helps you stay on top of the latest info from your favorite websites, blogs, and podcasts.


Post videos to your own prebuilt YouTube channel with Google at IU. Note: IU's Kaltura video service provides better security for videos, provides user-specific analytics (within Canvas courses), and makes captioning more seamless.

Gmail at IU

This student email service works seamlessly with other Google at IU apps.


Create your own blog and share it with select people or make it public.

Google Groups

Create a group forum or mailing list or manage access to other Google resources.

Google Calendar

Create a private calendar or share it with others to coordinate schedules and track events.

Google Jamboard

Whiteboard and collaborate with classmates and colleagues

Google Chat

Take advantage of direct messaging and collaboration.

Safeguarding IU data

Except for certain exceptions when using Google at IU Secure Storage, Google at IU is not acceptable for any institutional data classified as "critical." It is your responsibility to safeguard institutional data. When you log in, you attest to your knowledge of the data policy and its recommended usage at IU.