UA E-mail accounts are available free to all UA students, faculty, and staff. 100 megabytes of disk space is provided.
E-mail is the official means of communication between the University administration and all students. You are required to have a University of Arizona E-mail account (the address looks like email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org), even if your department, for example the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, uses its own e-mail system. Important official e-mail notices may be sent to students periodically, and it is your responsibility to monitor your UA E-mail account for such messages. If you don’t have your own computer, you may check for e-mail messages by using computers at OSCR Help Desk & Student Computing Labs and elsewhere around campus.
E-mail is the primary means of communication at the College of Law. Official and unofficial memos and notices from the administration, including all departments, are often sent to the students via e-mail only. Students are provided an "official" e-mail address at the time they join the law school and are required to check their e-mail at this address frequently. Notices and materials, especially class materials, may be published on the Arizona Law Forums. Students may use another "preferred" e-mail address on the Forums but this does not relieve them from checking their official College of Law e-mail box frequently. To view the University of Arizona email policy in full click here.
Faculty and staff members at the College of Law can access their email accounts remotely through
University of Arizona students, faculty, and staff must be aware of and comply with policies and guidelines for appropriate computing and network, see: Computing Policies. Examples of inappropriate e-mail include, but are not limited to, SPAM, pyramid schemes, mass-mailings marketing one or more products or services for sale, and chain-letters. Harassing e-mail messages can be construed as messages that threaten or intimidate the recipient.
If a harassing or inappropriate e-mail message is received by a UA faculty, staff, or student, click here to learn what to do.