Saint Louis University

E-Mail / Staying Connected

Using SLU Gmail and the mySLU Portal

One of the most important benefits of becoming a SPS student is obtaining a SLU Google e-mail account. SLU Google e-mail is the official communication tool of the university; all of your official SLU correspondence will be sent to your SLU Google e-mail address.

However, your e-mail account gives you access to more than just e-mail! Your SLU NET ID (the part before the @ symbol in your e-mail address) is used to log you into mySLU, the online gateway that lets you register for classes or pay tuition through Banner Self-Service, take classes online with Blackboard, and participate in online chats and project collaboration through Google Apps.

To access all of these services, you must first go to to change your SLU NET Password. After you have done this, learn more about managing your SLU Google e-mail.


Campus WiFi

Every student can access the university's wireless Internet system as an authenticated user. Simply follow the configuration instructions for your specific operating system. When you are asked for a user name and password, use your SLU e-mail username and password.

Visit the SLU ITS page for configuration instructions for your current operating system.

For any other questions about campus network access, call the ITS Customer Service Center at (314) 977-4000.

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