At Trinity we have two main systems, therefore you will have two sets of credentials:
Trinity email: username [at] tmail [dot] com/tmail password
Trinity network: username/network password
ITS will supply new students and employees with one temporary password to access both systems (network and email) and we strongly suggest that you change that temporary password in both systems immediately.
When choosing your passwords, please refer to the Guidelines for Good Passwords in order to see our requirements and recommendations.
Your Trinity network username and password will allow you access to many Trinity sites including TigerPAWS, TLEARN, T-SPACE and all Trinity computers. It is important that you carefully protect this password since it will access not only your private information but potentially the data of others in the Trinity community.
If you are an incoming student, you will receive your username from the Office of Admissions . Be sure to open and read all of your mail from Admissions as you prepare to come to Trinity.
If you are joining us as a new employee, your Trinity username will be sent to your department's administrative assistant. He or she will send it to you via your contact information on file or will have it ready for you when you arrive on campus. Your temporary password can be obtained from the ITS Helpdesk. New accounts are generated by ITS within 3 business days once you have filed your new-hire paperwork from Human Resources.
You will be required to change this password before you are allowed to access university resources. This can be done at password.trinity.edu.
Since 2010, Trinity students, faculty, and staff have used Google Apps for Education as their Trinity email service. Google Apps provides a number of services including:
Tmail is accessed by going to tmail.trinity.edu.
Google provides a Learning Center that has some great information on these apps, but you can also check our Tmail FAQs for commonly requested information here at Trinity. Contact the ITS Helpdesk with questions or for more information.