As a U-M alum, you will now have access to use alumni computing services. It has been a pleasure to provide you with computing services during your time at the University of Michigan. Best wishes on your future academic and professional endeavors.
Alumni retain their university-provided email address.
Some of your U-M computing services will end soon
If you’re not remaining at the university as a student, Ph.D. candidate, researcher, faculty/staff member, etc. you will no longer be able to use some services as an alum. Before your affiliation with U-M ends, consider completing these three steps:
- Download, export, or transfer to a personal account or computer any files you wish to keep from U-M Microsoft 365, U-M Dropbox, and U-M Slack, and any cloud recordings you wish to retain from U-M Zoom. (Your accounts and all data in these services are automatically deleted after you leave the university.) Additionally, download or export files from U-M Google Drive to stay within the 15GB of storage allotted to alumni.
- Review the files and folders you own containing university data (sensitive and non-sensitive) and transfer ownership to another individual who will remain at the University of Michigan.
- Reassign ownership of any recurring/future Zoom or Teams meetings to another individual at the university.*
Refer below for a summary of the standard U-M computing services you keep and lose as an alum, as well as how to save or transfer files you wish to keep for the computing services that will end.