The NJIT Webmail at webmail.njit.edu is based on Google Webmail. The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is a public research university is the New Jersey. NJIT is among many other Universities that provide Webmail service to their students, staff members, and faculty members. The students can use the Webmail service to contact staff members, faculty members and even other students. Files can be sent and received using the Webmail service which is related to University. A calendar is also provided by the Webmail that keeps you updated about the upcoming events. Important Notice and News is also spread using the Webmail.
NJIT Webmail Login Procedure
If you are willing to use the NJIT Webmail through NJIT Webmail Login portal, then follow the steps given below.
- You must have a stable internet connection and a device such as a laptop or a cell phone to open the web page.
- Open the web page http://mail.g.njit.edu/
- The University will have provided you a UCID and Password at the time of your admission.
- Enter that UCID and Password in the designated areas and click on Login to continue to your Webmail Account.
Forgot Password for NJIT Webmail Login
If you have forgotten your NJIT Webmail account password, then follow the steps given below.
- Open the web page http://mail.g.njit.edu/.
- On the right side of the page, there will be an option of Forgot your password click on that option.
- From the next page select the option of Change UCID Password Only.
- On the next page fill in the information. Start by entering your UCID in the space provided and after filling out the entire information click on Next Step to continue. Your password of NJIT Webmail Login portal will be reset.
NJIT will never ask for your password. If you receive such an email, call or a text message reports it immediately at email@example.com. Do not reply to such email, call or message. You are not supposed to share your personal account details with anyone. In case you need any more help regarding your NJIT Webmail Login click on the option of need help on the home page.