UCI Campus Organizations Internet Services

Apply For or Renew Your Account

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When to Use the Apply/Renew Form

You may also use the form to add service(s)change service(s) or update contact information (account manager/publicity chair/webmaster; sponsor/authorized signer).


For small/simple changes you can submit an Online Support Form request or contact us instead.

Step 1: Register Your Organization

Step 1: Register Your Organization

Before applying for or renewing a CO Web Services Account your organization must be registered with Student Life & Leadership (or granted equivalent status).

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Step 2: Login to or Activate Your UCI Google Apps (UCI-Gmail) Account

  • Important - Please Read

    • We require that all students with a UCI-Gmail use it for identity purposes. Please do not ask for access for a @gmail.com address as it will be denied.

    • UCI LawNet or UCI Medical students/faculty/staff - contact us for an alternative form

    • UC Irvine Merage Business School (graduate/MBA), Law School and Medical School students: you may have additional services offered to you through your respective school, click here for details. We can provide limited support for these services.

  • Make sure you can log in to Google with your UCI Google Apps account (UCInetID@uci.edu)

    • Students: The Class of 2015 and later received UCI Google Gmail accounts automatically. You may need to signup/activateFaculty/Staff: You may need to signup for/activate your UCI Google Apps account as well.

      • Graduate Students can also try this link to activate/renew their UCI Google Apps account.
    • If you can't remember your passwordReset or Change Your UCI Google Apps Password

      • Try signing up/activating if you get an error message.

      • Contact the OIT Help Desk if you need assistance with your personal UCI-Google account.

      • If you are unable to log into your UCI Google Apps account to be able to access the CO Web Services Account Application/Renewal Form, please contact us for assistance.

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