No. The GC Self-Service Password reset tool allows you to change or reset your GC network password via the web. It is not affiliated with your Office 365 account.
Yes, it does. However, before you can use the Office 365 Self-Service Password Reset tool, you must register your account.
Once you have registered, if you ever forget your password, you can go here to reset it.
If you should ever need to update your registration information, please review this guide:
Microsoft created a welcome video to introduce Office 365 and its features. If you have never used Office 365 before, we recommend that you take a look. Note: SkyDrive is now OneDrive. Also, keep in mind that not all features of Office 365 are enabled so your menu options may be slightly different than what you see in the video.
Office 365 Welcome Video
Microsoft has free online training webinars and videos that are available to you to view at your leisure.
You can also download printable Office 2013 reference guides.
Quick Start Guides
Microsoft also created their own support resource page for Office 365. From this page you can access troubleshooting options and view previously reported Office 365 issues.
Office 365 Support
If you currently monitor a non-human mailbox, such as the English Student Association, you can configure your desktop version of Outlook to connect directly to that mailbox. This action is performed by creating an Outlook profile for the desired mailbox.
If you have not previously monitored a non-human mailbox but now require access to one, you must first contact IT Services (ITServices@gc.cuny.edu). IT Services will open a ticket to grant you access permissions for the mailbox. Once this has been completed, they will notify you and you can then configure your desktop version of Outlook to connect to the non-human mailbox.
Below are the steps for configuring Outlook for a non-human mailbox from a MAC.
Below are the steps for configuring Outlook for a non-human mailbox from a PC.
First, please check Microsoft's support page to determine if your device meets the minimum system requirements
If your device meets the minimum system requirements, follow the instructions provided by CUNY CIS in the document below.
Microsoft's support page also contains additional installation instructions for PCs, Macs, and mobile devices.
Install Office Using Office 365
Install Apps on Mobile Devices
Phone and Tablet Setup Reference
How to set up email in Mac OS X
How to set up email on Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
In order to minimize the risk of any impact from your email address change, it is our recommendation that you update your email address to your new @gradcenter.cuny.edu email address on any listservs to which you subscribe.
For off-campus access to library databases and journals, use your GC network (not Office 365 email) account.
To sign in to the Interlibrary Loan System (ILLiad), use your GC network (not Office 365 email) account.
If you currently have Interlibrary Loan notifications sent to your gc.cuny.edu email address, please update your address in ILLiad to your Office 365 email address.
If you currently have library circulation notifications sent to your gc.cuny.edu email address, please update your email address at the Graduate Center Library's Circulation Desk.
No, the Office 365 system configuration precludes automatic forwarding of email from your Office 365 student email account to an external email account in order to safeguard the University's ability to communicate effectively via email. For more information, see the University-CIO-Letter
For the best experience, we strongly recommend that you connect to your Office 365 student email account using Outlook Web App, or through an email program that supports Exchange ActiveSync access such as Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, Outlook for Mac 2011, Apple Mail 10.6 Snow Leopard, Apple Mail 10.7 Lion, or Entourage 2008 Web Services Edition.
Connecting to your Office 365 based email account using POP3 or IMAP4 only lets you send and receive mail. You can't access your contacts, tasks, or calendar when you connect to your account using POP3 or IMAP4. For instructions on how to do so, visit Microsoft's support page
Three months following your date of graduation, your Office 365 account will be converted to graduate status. As a graduate, you will continue to have access to your email, calendar, and contacts. However, you will lose access to any documents you saved on OneDrive and you will only have view or read access to the other Office 365 applications. We recommend you move any files that you wish to keep off of OneDrive before your 90-day grace period concludes. If you wish to continue using the full versions of the other Office 365 applications, you will need to purchase licenses from Microsoft.
Your email@example.com account is used exclusively for the Office 365 student email system, and is separate from your GC network account. Your GC network account is used exclusively to access the Graduate Center's online resources and various other systems.
If you are logging into student email your username is firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are logging into any other resource or system, your username is "astudent".
NOTE: As your email account and network account are separate, they have separate passwords which do not synchronize.
If you have a GC email address in Blackboard, it will be updated to reflect your Office 365 student email address during the summer of 2015. If your email address in Blackboard is not a GC email address, it will remain unchanged.
With the help of our design team and the Communications & Marketing department, we have amassed a repository of walkthroughs, videos and workshops
that are available for your use.
Some of the things you will discover are:
Create quick and simple online forms for your users to fill out. Once a form is generated, it can be placed onto any page as a standard widget. All the content is available for your review directly from the web page. So, you can see content in place. If required, you can secure the form and its content against non-authorized individuals.
All event listings that are created in Kentico are automatically made available to the CUNY website (www.cuny.edu) for inclusion in their feeds, automatically included for display on the Graduate Center calendar and are available in our RSS feeds.
News articles are made available in the main GC news listing (as well as other microsites if desired) and are also available in our RSS feeds.
And there are many other great things about Kentico... take a look around or contact us via IT Services. IT Servies (formerly The Help Desk) should be your first point of contact for technical assistance.
You may contact us by sending an email to email@example.com or by visiting our online self-service portal available 24/7. The self-service portal will allow you to request assistance from IT via a simple web form.
Emergency calls are received between the hours of 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at 212-817-7300.
Last Updated August 13, 2015