Google Apps

Google Apps for Education is the primary email system for everyone at Stony Brook University except Hospital employees and members of the School of Medicine and School of Dental Medicine. Stony Brook's Google Apps suite of products includes Mail, Calendar, Drive, Contacts, Sites, Groups, Hangouts and a host of other applications to enhance communication and real-time collaboration across campus.

This system is reported to be online

Google Apps Benefits


Google Apps users now have unlimited storage of documents, photos, e-mail and files through Google Drive.

Accessible: Anytime, Anywhere

Access your content on Google Drive from anywhere with an internet connection.

Offline Access

Through Chrome web browser, you can maintain access to your documents even if you're offline. Gmail, Calendar and Google Docs let users edit and create content when they're not online, and will automatically sync when they reconnect.

SBU Branded E-mail

E-mail Address will follow (; common names will have some variation to this.

No More Updates

As a web service, Google Apps is automatically kept up to date by Google. You will not have to worry about installing updates yourself. 

Simplify Collaboration

Easily share and collaborate on documents, calendars, and websites through Google products. Google products allow for real-time collaboration - several people can simultaneously work on a document without interfering with one another. 

Consistency and Comfort

Group Management Tools

Talk Freely

Who Gets An Account?

Accounts are automatically created for all eligible students, faculty, and staff. Special domains exist for retirees and alumni.

Former SB mail systems (Lotus Notes, MS, and MySBmail) are slowly being phased out and will eventually be decommissioned. 

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