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https://apps.georgetown.edu/
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Students - Georgetown Google Apps Help

https://sites.google.com/a/georgetown.edu/google-apps-help/hoyamail
Beginning August 5, Georgetown University will move all its students (starting with Medical Center students) to the same Google Apps system our faculty and staff were moved to in July. This will bring everyone on campus into the same platform

New Hoyamail Service Offers Expanded Storage

https://www.thehoya.com/new-hoyamail-service-offers-expanded-storage/
Operations of Hoyamail, the new Georgetown University e-mail system, began this week. [Provided by Google Apps for Education](https://www.thehoya.com/news/gmail-to-provide-gu-email-service/), Hoyamail became accessible to students on Aug. 25.

Georgetown to convert Hoyamail to Google Apps in August | Vox Populi

https://blog.georgetownvoice.com/2012/07/27/georgetown-to-convert-hoyamail-to-google-apps-in-august-2/
The new change will allow every student at Georgetown as well as all faculty and staff to use the same service. This has been advertised as one of the biggest advantages of the transition as it will allow for easier collaboration between students

Hoyamail | Vox Populi

https://blog.georgetownvoice.com/tag/hoyamail/
On August 12, all student and faculty Hoyamail accounts will transition to adopt Google Apps. William R. Anderson, Associate Director of University Information Services, announced this information to the student body on Thursday in an email.