*Winter 2012 graduating students: no need to sign up - you will receive a BathMail account automatically*
*Summer 2012 graduates: you received a BathMail account automatically when you graduated - you don't need to sign up again. If you've forgotten your username or password email firstname.lastname@example.org*
The University of Bath Alumni Relations team has launched a new service for alumni – BathMail.
BathMail provides all alumni with an email account that can be used long after you graduate and will help maintain your link to the University (and keep in touch with old friends!).
Your new email address
Your @bath.edu email address is professional and exclusive, not only an easy way to keep in touch with classmates and staff but also a real plus for graduates beginning their professional careers. The service is smartphone-friendly, advertising-free, and users will also benefit from a large 25GB mailbox (compared to standard 7GB Googlemail account).
Current alumni of the University of Bath are now able to sign up for a BathMail email account. Please follow the link on the right, which will take you to the BathMail sign up form.
Graduating students will automatically receive a BathMail username and password to their BUCS email account before leaving the University. Please remember that BathMail is an entirely new account offered by the Alumni Relations team and is not intended to replace your BUCS email accounts; no information will be transferred.
For staff and friends of the University
Staff and friends of the University are also able to sign up for a BathMail account. Please email email@example.com with your name and affiliation to the University, and we will usually be able to create an account for you.
Your @bath.edu email account is free from advertising. Google does not advertise to Education domains - find out more on the Google Apps for Education security and privacy page.
BathMail, powered by Google.
The University of Bath Alumni Relations team reserves the right to close your BathMail account if misuse is reported.