What is happening?
The Office of Information Technology will complete its transition to ScarletApps (Google Apps for Education at Rutgers) and decommission student campus email services on Eden, Pegasus and Clam as of July 1, 2014. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are encouraged to visit http://scarletmail.rutgers.edu as soon as possible and establish access to ScarletApps. ScarletApps provides enhanced communication and collaboration tools, such as Gmail, Drive, Google+, Calendar, which can subscribe to the Rutgers Academic Calendar, and many more. In addition, the ScarletApps services remain in place after graduation or retirement and provide a lifelong connection to the Rutgers community.
What needs to be done?
Students currently using campus email services on Eden, Pegasus or Clam should go to http://scarletmail.rutgers.edu to activate their ScarletApps service.
Once students create a ScarletMail account, a forward should be setup from Eden, Pegasus or Clam to the new ScarletMail account (email@example.com).
Additionally, they should go to http://netid.rutgers.edu to:
What is not changing?
Other services currently supported by the campus systems will continue to be available after July 1, 2014. These services include shell access, programming languages/compilers, web site creation, and departmental and student organizational email services.
How do I get help or more information?
For help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact our Campus Computing Help Desks: