Special Notice Regarding Student Email
All student email accounts must have Two-Step Verification enabled by January 1, 2022 in order to retain access to the account. We have been working with students since August and most active students have successfully enabled Two-Step Verification. If you have not, you will lose access. To regain access students will have to send a request to the helpdesk (firstname.lastname@example.org) from a personal email account and request the mailbox be reinstated. Please include your student mailbox address along with your ID in that message. Alternatively, if you are an active student, you can submit a request at the IT Service desk site. Instructions for enabling Two-Step Verification can be found here, or you can follow the instructions when you log in to your account.
Instructions for enabling Google 2-Step Verification
All students, upon acceptance, will receive a Campbell University student email address. Upon creation, the Campbell University student email account becomes the primary email account for all official correspondence from the University. This is the only account that the Registrar’s Office, Bursar’s Office, and other administrative and academic departments will use when communicating through email.
Campbell University student email accounts are branded Google Gmail accounts. When logging in through the Gmail login page you must use your entire Campbell University student email address in the username box.
Although the email web interface is used by most students it is possible to set up student email accounts through a desktop client (Outlook, Thunderbird, etc…) Learn more about email clients.
More support information is available from the Information Technology Services helpdesk or from Google at G Suite Learning Center and Google Help.
Go to your Campbell EmailLogin InformationContact the Help Desk