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Access to computer accounts of employees who leave employment with Goshen College typically will shut down immediately after their last day of employment. Special arrangements to extend account access for a short period of time can be made, with the combi...
STUDENTS WHO LEAVE GOSHEN COLLEGE (EITHER DUE TO GRADUATING OR WITHDRAWING, CAN CONTINUE TO USE THEIR GC COMPUTER AND EMAIL ACCOUNT FOR 6 MONTHS FOLLOWING THE DATE OF THE LAST CLASS TAKEN AT GC. AFTER THE 6 MONTHS, YOUR ACCOUNT WILL BE SHUT DOWN AND ALL F...
HOW TO CHANGE YOUR GOSHEN COLLEGE PASSWORD  ( UPDATED AND MOVED TO GOOGLE DRIVE - PAMELA) You should change your password through our GC Online web service. ITS recommends that you change your password regularly so you can be sure that you are the only p...
GC PASSWORD RESET REQUEST (UPDATED AND MOVED TO GOOGLE DRIVE- PAM) If you are having problems with your GC computer account password, or you have forgotten your password and need a new one, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 574-535-7700, or send an ema...
Students can use Google Transfer to transfer content from their Goshen College Google account to a personal Google account, using the below instructions. Note, these instructions only work if your Goshen College account is still currently active. TRANSF...
The purpose of this support article is to assist former students with importing their archived GC email into a personal Gmail account. When a student's GC account is shut down, the email messages are archived out into an MBOX file format. The MBOX file...
Goshen College offers a wide variety of technology services to employees for both academic and administrative use. This document highlights the services that you should be aware of. YOUR USERNAME AND PASSWORD With your Goshen College username and pass...
(Moved to Google Drive) If you are the recipient of an email phishing scam, you will need to report it to Google by doing the following: While viewing the email message, click on the Report Spam button. It will look like a stop sign with an exclamation ...