When will my Saint Mary's College network account (for e-mail, fs1, mavis, PrintLimit, Blackboard, etc.) expire?
Expiration of network accounts
To help you transition from life as a Saint Mary's student to that of a college graduate, there is a helpful "Computing After ResNet" guide available on the ResNet website and at
This guide addresses popular questions regarding e-mail accounts, network drives, Microsoft Campus Agreement software, virus protection software, and how to get technical support after you have left campus.
Class of 2013: With the recent move to Google Apps for Education, Information Technology is now examining ways to allow students to retain an e-mail account associated with Saint Mary’s. In the meantime, we are not planning to delete your Saint Mary’s account until we can transition it to an alumnae account. Details for alumnae accounts have not been set. We will notify members of the Class of 2013 when details about alumnae accounts have been determined.
Class of 2012 and earlier: Saint Mary's College allows alumnae to access their e-mail accounts for six months
after they complete their degree requirements and graduate. Accounts typically expire on
December 1 following May graduation. ResNet recommends that students create a new personal e-mail account and begin
providing that address as their contact information immediately upon graduation.
With the recent move to Google Apps for Education, Information Technology is now examining ways to allow alumnae to have an e-mail account associated with Saint Mary’s. Details for alumnae accounts have not been set. We will notify alumnae when details about alumnae accounts have been determined.
Saint Mary's College terminates the accounts of staff and administrators immediately
upon their leaving the College. This includes dismissal, resignation, and
Information Technology will allow access to that account (e-mail, network drives,
etc.) to another individual in the department for a period of up to 90 days upon a
request from the head of that department.
Information Technology will forward the e-mail sent to that account to another
individual in the department for a period of up to one year upon a request from the head
of the department.
Saint Mary's College terminates the accounts of faculty immediately upon their
leaving the College due to resignation or dismissal.
Saint Mary's College allows faculty who retire from the College to retain their
network account (e-mail, network drives, etc.).
Retired faculty accounts that are inactive and/or not migrated to new systems when
requested by Information Technology can not be restored after the deadlines for such
projects have passed.