What is Cooley Connect? - https://connect.cooley.edu
Cooley Connect is your one-stop-shop connecting you with the systems, information, people and updates you’ll need to succeed at WMU Cooley Law School.
Use Cooley Connect to:
- Access the CAMS portal, Canvas, Cooley Gmail and other everyday systems
- Keep updated on announcements and alerts relevant to you
- Search staff, peers, systems, groups, posts, resources and more
- Connect with departments, services, organizations and peers
- Stay focused on your most important to-dos
- View personalized resources and content
- Find and join campus events
You can access Cooley Connect from your computer at https://connect.cooley.edu
or download the Cooley Connect app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ucroo.cooley [Requires Android 8 and up]
https://apps.apple.com/us/app/wmu-cooley-connect/id1544188793 [Requires iOS 12.1 or later]
Find Cooley Connect in Google Apps
On your main email screen click the Google Apps menu to the left of the WMU-Cooley logo.
Scroll to the bottom of the available apps list
Click Cooley Connect
Navigating Cooley Connect
See your notifications, write messages, see or update your profile and preferences
Search function - it is very powerful, enter keywords
left navigation menu
Notices - find important alerts
Discover - click on Groups - Events - People
Shortcuts - add your personal favorites here, find the star for every item you want to see there and click it
Tools includes links to any external tools you have access to, like Canvas, Gmail, CAMS, etc.
Groups shows you all the groups where you are a member
Pages - informational content sorted by different categories
right navigation - widgets - access the events you joined, external information, Canvas courses, your Cooley Gmail and Drive, etc.
main activity feed - see any updates from any of your groups, connections, messages, etc.
Notices will include important alerts - e.g. weather related
Messages lets you contact anybody at WMU Cooley