Alumni

Alumni Directory Instructions

How to Retrieve Your Password


Retrieving your password is a multi-step process:
  1. At www.groton.org/mygroton, click on “Need Help Logging In?”
  2. Enter the email address at which you received this email, then check the “Username” and “Password” boxes.
  3. Hit “Submit.”
  4. A box will open asking for your “Confirmation Key.” Leave the screen open and, in a new window, check your inbox; you will receive an email with a “Confirmation Key.”
    Note: If you close the window asking for the confirmation key, you will need to restart the password retrieval process.
  5. Fill in your “Confirmation Key” as well as a password of your choice.
  6. Hit “Set Password.” You then will be inside myGroton.
  7. Hover on "Directories" at the top of the page
  8. Click “Alumni.”
Note: Please do not use your browser's "Back" button at any time during this process.

How to Add or Hide Profile Information


To make more or less information visible in the alumni directory:
  1. Sign in at www.groton.org/mygroton and click your name in the upper-left corner and click "Profile" in the drop-down menu that appears.
  2. Wherever you see a pencil icon or an "Add New" button, you may click on it to add or subtract information. Edit as many fields as you would like to. Click "Save" after editing a field.
  3. To change the visibility of your information, click your name in the upper-left corner and click "Settings" in the drop-down menu that appears.
  4. Click "Privacy" on the left side of the screen.
  5. To change the visibility of your information to other alumni, click the "Alumni" tab in the middle of the screen.
  6. Check the boxes next to the information you want visible to other alumni, and un-check the boxes next to the information you do not want visible to other alumni. Your settings will be automatically saved.
Note: Please do not use your browser's "Back" button at any time during this process.
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