As part of your registration, you will be asked to create your student computing account and password. This will set you up with a student email address and a student username.
Emails to you can be addressed to either your student email address or to your student username; in both cases, they will be delivered to your student in-box. All university-related email correspondence will be sent to your student in-box, so it’s important that you check it regularly.
There are a number of ways to access your university email, and its associated calendar, tasks and contacts, including:
Enter your student username (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) and password when prompted to log in.
The quickest, and simplest way to add your CCCU email to your Android device is to download and install the Microsoft Outlook app. Microsoft provides instructions on how to set up the app with your email account.
Please note: Fields and wording may vary on some versions of the Android Operating system.
To forget existing mail account - use the following steps:
Outlook will now begin searching for your mailbox settings, which may take several minutes
If you create a Personal Folder File/Archive on your home PC you will not have access to it or its contents from Outlook on your University PC
Outlook on the Web gives you access to your University contacts, calendars, and tasks from almost any device when you have Internet access.
You can also open a Shared mailbox, such as your CCCU team email account
There are three levels of service available depending on the browser you are using and the operating system (OS) of your device.
If your device can only support the light version, Outlook on the Web is still very useful as it provides most of the main functions but with fewer features. For example:
In addition to this, the light version is HTML-based, which means it can work better with assistive technologies such as screen readers.
To redirect your university email to another email account you need to:
To save a backup of your emails, we recommend you tick the option "Keep a copy of forwarded messages in Outlook on the web".
eduroam is our free Wifi service here at CCCU. With eduroam you can connect to the internet from any location on campus, and also at other participating institutions around the world.