Account Access

Proctor Administration Tool | Lecture Media Gallery | GT Email | OSCAR | T-Square | Tegrity

Proctor Administration Tool

To log in, use your GT credentials (same as email).

  • Click here to log in
  • Click on Login (top right hand side)
  • Enter your GT username and password
  • Click SUBMIT

You should be able to view and update your profile, manage proctor nominations, and check exam submission records. 

If unable to log in, please contact us at or 404-894-3378.

Lecture Media Gallery

Lectures will be captured, edited and posted to the Lecture Media Gallery for students to view.  The Lecture Media Gallery is accessible from the course tools section on your course site in T-Square.

1. Log in to with your GT account credentials 

(Note: your account must be activated first before you can access this site)

2. Select the course you would like to access

3. Locate the Course Tools section on the left side of the course site

4. Select the Lecture Media Gallery to access the lectures for this course

5.  Lectures are posted within 24-48 hours of the scheduled class time

GT Email

To activate your email account go to

Click "I need to activate my account and enter information."

After activation, go to, enter your GT user name and password supplied to you by OIT.

If you do not have a GT email address and password, please contact OIT at 404-894-7173.

Note: If you have NOT used your GT email account within 3 months you will need to contact OIT at 404-894-7173 to reset your password.

GT Email Account Once your account is activated the same username and password will allow you to log into T-Square, GTcourses, and the Distance Learning site.
RGO Students are required to activate their OIT account.

This account provides email and access to many GT computing services.

The GT email account is the primary method the institute uses for communicating with students.

The institute expects students to check this email regularly.


Questions about your ID or PIN? E-mail

Forgot your PIN? Enter your User ID, leave the PIN blank and click the "Forgot PIN" button. Answer your security question correctly and you can reset your PIN. 

Don't know your GTID#? Click here and follow the prompts.

Logging into OSCAR

OSCAR - RGO students only

Go to, click Secured Access Login, enter your User ID and password.

Your USER ID is your student ID number (GTID#).

Your original PIN is your date of birth in mmddyy format, which you must change upon your first entry to the system.


Log into T-Square to access handouts, assignments and graded work.

  • Go to T-Square at
  • Click the YELLOW 'Login' button located in the upper right hand page of the screen.
  • Enter your username and password supplied to you by OIT, Click Log in
  • Select your course from the tabs along top of the page
  • Under COURSE TOOLS to the left of the screen click the RESOURCE button, which contains course and other relevant information. This is where you will access your course handouts and assignments.

Homework submissions and graded work are uploaded to your 'DROP BOX' which can be found under 'COURSE TOOLS'.

Your professor may have additional information about the course, check with them to make sure you are not missing any supplementary materials they may have provided to the on-campus students.

Tegrity is a recording tool that is used to distribute classroom recordings, supplemental material provided by instructors, and student presentations. Service is available to every student and instructor with a valid GT User ID and password. Recordings may be created on either PC or Apple computers and may be viewed on both systems as well as Android and iPad/iPhone mobile devices.

  • Go to and login using your GT user name and passwords. Course recordings will be listed in folders in chronological order.
  • Test your computer here to make sure that you can view the Tegrity recordings. Review a list of system requirements for viewing a Tegrity recording.
  • Recordings may be viewed online as a web stream or downloaded to your personal device for later viewing.