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Microsoft 365 is available to all current SFU faculty, staff, and students with a Microsoft 365 account. You can sign up for an SFU Microsoft 365 account via the SFU M365 Sign-up page.
Note: It may take up to one hour for the account to be ready.
2. At the Microsoft login screen, enter your SFU email address (i.e., yourSFUcomputingID@sfu.ca). Make sure to include the "@sfu.ca".
All current SFU faculty, staff and students are eligible to install Microsoft 365 for free on up to 5 individual-use devices, such as laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
2. Select "Install Office", located at the upper right of the page.
3. Choose "Office 365 apps" from the drop-down menu.
How do I install Microsoft 365 on my university-managed device?
I am an alumnus, a retiree, an adjunct professor, or an emeritus professor, can I install Microsoft 365 on my device?
SFU alumni, retirees, emeritus and adjunct professors are eligible for Office 365 online to help facilitate working with the University community. This furnishes all the Office services, but does not allow for downloadable desktop installs of Office. The Office suite is still available in a browser.