Dropbox Cloud File Storage, Synchronization & Sharing
Dropbox provides file storage, access and sharing for university faculty and staff from anywhere using the web or the Dropbox desktop app. There is no file storage limit and Dropbox doesn’t require the virtual private network to connect when away from campus.
Access to Dropbox will be rolled out in phases. You will be notified by email when your group will be migrated and when your account has been created. If you don’t already have an existing Dropbox account using your “@gsu.edu” email address, you’ll simply activate your university Dropbox account by logging in following the directions sent in your welcome to Dropbox email, using your CampusID and password. If you already have an existing Dropbox account registered with your “@gsu.edu” campus email address, you’ll be able to choose whether to continue to associate existing content with your “@gsu.edu” account by merging the accounts or migrate your existing Dropbox content to a new account using a personal email address after you log in with your CampusID and password the first time. Additionally, as on-campus, hosted H:// drive accounts are being deprecated, we encourage you to transfer existing H:// drive content to your Dropbox as part of this process (if you have content you would like continued access to.)
Getting Started with Dropbox
Access to Dropbox will be rolled out over time to departments across campus in phases. When your account has been created, you will receive a Dropbox welcome email with instructions for login.
Get Started with your University Dropbox Account
Get started with your account using the Dropbox email sent to your campus email address. Download the Dropbox desktop app and get set up in minutes.
Setting up your University Dropbox Account >
Merge or Migrate an Existing Dropbox Account Associated with your @gsu.edu Address (If you Have One)
If you already have an existing Dropbox account associated with your @gsu.edu campus email address, you will be given two options the first time you log in to your new Georgia State Dropbox account:
Merge Your Account Content with Your New @gsu.edu Account >
Migrate Your Account Content to an Account using a Personal Address >
Transfer Files From your Georgia State Home (H://) Drive
If you have files stored in your personal Home drive, you can transfer those files to your new Georgia State Dropbox account.
Transfer your Files to your Georgia State Dropbox Account >
Log In to Dropbox
After you have been sent your welcome email, you can log in to your Georgia State Dropbox account with your CampusID and CampusID Password.Log in to Dropbox
Already Using Dropbox with your @gsu.edu address?
If you already have an existing Dropbox account associated with your @gsu.edu campus email address, you can merge your content to your new university account, or migrate your content to a new, personal Dropbox account.
Merging or Migrating Your Content >
Start using your new, university Dropbox account! Dowload the Dropbox desktop app, if you have not already, log in on the web, or start transferring your files into your new account.
Sync a folder on your computer to effortlessly store and access your files using the Dropbox Desktop App.
Download the Dropbox Desktop App >
Log in to Dropbox online to access all of your Dropbox files, share your files, or request files from others.
Log In to Dropbox Online >
Quickly and easily transfer and organize files into your university account using the Desktop app, or on the web.
Transfer Files to your Dropbox Account >