Your Cougars account is your electronic key to a variety of computing systems and resources at the College of Charleston.
CWID is the campus wide identification number that replaced social security numbers for most campus transactions involving password protected individual information records.
Cmail, powered by Google, is the College's student email system. The College completed migration of all active students to Cmail in 2011 and is in the process of converting Alumni accounts from the legacy system called Edisto WebMail. Alumni can migrate their account to Cmail by clicking the “Migrate Me” link in the Google Alumni Migration channel on the Alumni tab of MyCharleston.
Syncing your Cmail and MyCharleston passwords.
After migrating to Cmail, you can log into MyCharleston and go to the My Accounts tab where there is an option to “Synchronize Your Google Apps Password”. This option will allow you to change your Cmail password to match your MyCharleston password.
Faculty and Staff Email
Faculty and Staff at the College can use a variety of tools to access email, calendar and contacts. Additional information can be obtained by logging into MyCharleston and clicking on the Help and Training tab.
Google Apps at the College of Charleston is a set of customizable tools that enable faculty, staff and students to work together and learn more effectively. Tools include Gmail for students, Calendar, Docs, and more.
MyCharleston is your secure gateway to the College's online services. Applicants, students, faculty, staff, and alumni can access and manage academic and adminstrative information and services quickly and easily. Inside MyCharleston you will find services like grades, schedules, timesheets, access to OAKS, news, and information.
Email Distribution Lists
There are several campus email distribution lists or listservs available to members of the College community. You may subscribe or unsubscribe from these lists at any time.
Community Forums offer a secure web-based platform for sharing of ideas, news, and discussion. Participation is restricted to College of Charleston faculty, staff, and students.