Designed for 1 student
1 TB storage
Office 365 Highlights
Familiar apps, always updatedGet the latest premium versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote (features vary), Outlook, Access, and Publisher with instant access to new features every month .1
1TB Secure cloud storageGet 1TB (1024GB) OneDrive cloud storage with ransomware detection and file recovery to safely, store, edit and share documents, photos and more from anywhere, on all your devices.
Optimized mobile appsView, edit, and create documents with advanced formatting and coauthoring features optimized for mobile phones and tablets.
Works across multiple devicesAvailable on PC, Mac, Windows Tablet, Windows Phone , iOS, Android2
Stay connected with SkypeStay in touch with your friends and family around the globe with 60 minutes per month of Skype calling to mobile phones and landlines.3
Microsoft supportAs an Office 365 subscriber, you can get help right away from Microsoft trained experts, by phone or chat - at no extra charge.
First, check to see if you are eligible for Office 365 Education, which is free for qualified teachers and students, and includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Microsoft Teams, and other classroom tools from Microsoft. Office 365 Education is not a trial, and is available for free to accredited academic institutions who have successfully signed up for this program.
Office 365 University is available to current faculty, staff, and full and part time enrolled students of qualified, accredited higher education institutions. These include universities, polytechnic schools, institutes of technology as well as other tertiary-level institutions such as colleges and vocational schools that award academic degrees or professional certifications. It is not available to school alumni, and restrictions vary by country. You can check your eligibility in the Academic Verification page, or office.com/getoffice365.
To see if your computer, mobile device, and/or browser can run Office, please visit the Office system requirements page.
Internet access is required to install and activate Office, but not to use Office applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint once you have these fully installed on your computer.
People using Office 365, Office 2019, Office 2016, 2013, 2010, and 2007 as well as Office for Mac 2011 and 2008 will be able to open and view your documents, but those on earlier versions may need to install a compatibility pack.
Documents that you have created or copied from others fully belong to you, and you can save them locally like on your PC or Mac, and/or store them online via a cloud service like OneDrive. Once your subscription expires, your Office apps enter read-only mode, which means you can still view or print documents but you can't create or edit them.
Find out how you can renew or cancel your Office 365 subscription, or turn automatic renewal on or off in this article in Office Support.
The steps for switching between Office 365 Home, Personal, and University differ slightly depending on the subscription you currently have and want to switch from. Click on the relevant link below for further guidance:
Yes, the Office 365 Training Center has quick start guides, cheat sheets, tips and tricks, and training courses on how you can make the best use of Office.
Office 365 FAQ with chat link: https://products.office.com/microsoft-office-for-home-and-school-faq
 Application availability and features vary by platform, device and language. Publisher and Access are available on PC only.
 iOS and Android require separate app download
 Skype account required. Excludes special, premium and non-geographic numbers. Calls to mobiles are for select countries only. Skype minutes available in select countries. See FAQ for details.