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That means you stay connected to lots of different parts of the university, including the FSU Alumni Association , Seminole Boosters , FSU Foundation and more. Florida State University is ending the alumni email service.
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Many popular and reputable free email services are available, such as Outlook, Gmail and Yahoo Mail. Transfer Your Email and Files Back up your email and move any important emails from your @my.fsu.edu account to your new email account. You will also want to back up any OneDrive files, as OneDrive access also will be ending. Update Contact Info
Go to https://my.fsu.edu. Under the garnet Sign In button, click on Activate/Manage FSUID. Your permanent FSUID will resemble your initials and allow you to access more information, including your FSU e-mail address. On the FSUID Management page, as a new or first-time user, click Activate Your FSUID under New Account.