Google Workspace (formerly known as "G Suite") is a brand of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools, software and products developed by Google. University IT (UIT) makes these tools available for use at the university.
Google Drive is also the home of Google Docs. Access files, folders and Google Docs from a web browser or any device on which Google Drive is installed.
Google collaboration tools allow you to easily interact with others and share information.
Email & Calendar
Since 2015, student email accounts are provisioned in Office 365. Students who have Google email accounts, plus some schools and departments, can continue to use Gmail to access their @stanford.edu email and calendar.
Following are additional Google Workspace applications that are available for use:
- Google Sheets
- Google Slides
- Google Forms
- Google Keep
- Google Photos
- Google Contacts
- Google Meet
- Google ClassRoom
The following Google Workspace applications are available upon request and might have a per user, per month fee associated with their use:
- Google Vault
Faculty, staff, and students.
A full-service SUNet ID.
Google Workspace applications are approved for the following Risk Classifications as defined by the Information Security Office.
|All classifications - High Risk & PHI only if Secure: is used in the subject line.||Google Mail|
|All classifications (except Protected Health Information)||
|Low and Moderate Risk Only||
To start using any of the Google Workspace applications, access the application and login. How to Login to Google Workspace contains detailed instructions for the various ways you can login to and use Google Workspace applications.
Google carefully documents how to use the applications that are part of Google Workspace. Refer to their documentation for help.
If you still need help, please submit a Help ticket.