List of Services

IMPORTANT: Some U-M Google non-core services (such as Google+ or YouTube) have minimum age requirements (13 in most cases) as part of their Terms of Service. If you are prompted upon sign up to supply your birth date to confirm your age, DO NOT enter a year that makes you below that age. Doing so will automatically lock you out of your account. U-M administrators are not able to override this lockout and you will need to re-activate your account directly through Google. More info here.

The services that you will actually have available to you depend primarily on your affiliation with the university. You can also choose to opt-out of some services. This page details the various service categoriesNOTE: The list below only includes some of the more commonly used Google apps and is subject to change as Google updates its offerings.

IMPORTANT DATA SECURITY NOTE: Although you can use any Google tool you can access via your UMICH account for general purposes, you may not use Non-Core Google tools to access, store, or share sensitive university data. You are expected to comply with U-M IT policies. See Security and Privacy in the U-M Google Environment for additional information.

Core Services

(These services fall under the Google Apps for Education agreement and do NOT require separate terms of service or privacy policy.)

Gmail (including Inbox by Gmail), Calendar, Classroom, Contacts, Drive, Docs, Forms, Groups, Keep, Sheets, Sites, Slides, Talk/Hangouts and Vault

Additional Services

(These services fall outside of the Google Apps for Education agreement and require agreeing to the Google standard terms of service and privacy policy.)

Examples: Google+, Google Photos, Voice, Youtube and Mobile

Additional Services with Additional Terms of Service

(These services fall outside of the Google Apps for Education agreement and require agreeing to the Google standard terms of service and privacy policy. In addition, when the user logs into each of these services for the first time, the user will be asked to agree a second terms of service.)

Examples: Analytics, App Engine, YouTube, Blogger