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TWU Student Email

Starting January 5, 2015 student email will be in Gmail. You will log-in with your TWU username and password. Here are some of the other features:

  • Unlimited storage space
  • Ability to save and access files from any computer through Google Drive
  • Additional apps: Google Hangouts, Google Forms, and Google Calendar
  • Improved navigation and responsive design superior to older e-mail systems (such as Outlook)
  • Easier to pair email with phone device

For more information including training material, how to access your Gmail account with your mobile device and FAQ’s please go to www.twu.edu/tis/google.asp.

What to Expect from an Online Course

Students who take online courses must be self-disciplined, motivated and have good time management and communication skills. Successful online students log-in frequently to read new announcements and course materials, and interact with classmates and the instructor. Online courses follow the same university calendar as face-to-face courses and are held to the same academic standards.

To learn more about online courses and support services, see the menu to the left. After you have gone through the guide, please let us know what you think about it.

Not Sure if You are in an Online Course?

Check your class schedule to verify your enrollment in an online or hybrid course. You can access your schedule within Pioneer Portal. Once you have pulled up your schedule for the semester, click on the course title for more information. The delivery method (lecture, online, hybrid, etc.) will be listed in the box labeled "Instructional Method."

Still have questions?

If this guide doesn't answer your questions, please contact Allison Rogers in the Office of Teaching and Learning with Technology.