Your Columbia Inbox
The Columbia Alumni Association offers alumni free, Web-based e-mail (UNI and password required) .
- robust Gmail features with a Columbia address
- over 6 gigabytes of free, Web-based storage
- easy file attachment for outgoing messages
- customizable name @caa.columbia.edu
- no forwarding required
Maintain a Web-based e-mail address @caa.columbia.edu and stay connected!
Please note that we cannot provide alumni online access to certificate holders, alumni of affiliate schools, current students, faculty, or staff.
Additionally, post-doctoral programs, residencies, and fellowships are considered employment, and therefore ineligible for alumni online services, including alumni e-mail.
RECENT GRADUATES: If you are currently using LionMail, your e-mail service will remain uninterrupted at this address. For LionMail help, please contact the CUIT Service Desk at 212-854-1919, or email@example.com. (You can still set up e-mail forwarding or create a CAA alumni e-mail account.) If you were not using LionMail as a student, CAA alumni e-mail services will be available to you about ninety days after graduation.
Have a question? Check out alumni e-mail FAQs.
Visit the Gmail Help Center for technical support (NB: the Columbia Alumni Association does not provide technical support for Gmail).
Columbia still offers e-mail forwarding, which allows you to maintain an address of YourUNI@columbia.edu no matter what internet service provider you use.
Alumni e-mail service is available to all Columbia degree holders three months after graduation; during the period after graduation, alumni will continue to have access to their student e-mail accounts. Please note: graduates of affiliate schools are not currently eligible for this service. Affiliate school services can be found on the CUIT Web site.
Web-based E-mail Support
The new e-mail service is provided through a partnership between the Columbia Alumni Association and Google (one of the first partnerships of its kind). The service will have all the features of Gmail, including relevant advertising displayed near your inbox. Read more about Google's policies at Google Help. Read more about the CAA's e-mail services in our E-mail FAQs.