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Microsoft 365 for Students: Start Here!

Many of your courses, clubs, and events at McMaster will use Microsoft 365 tools. This page has you covered with videos and tips to get communicating, collaborating on documents, spreadsheets and presentations, and creating multimedia content quickly. Most importantly M365 apps will help you organize your schedule and tasks with apps like Outlook, Calendar, Tasks, OneNote, and Teams. To access 365 tools, sign in at with your MacID!

Microsoft 365: Student Quick Start Guide

  • Your gives you access to full desktop and mobile versions of Microsoft 365 to install on your personal devices. You may run Microsoft 365 on up to 5 devices (Mac or PC). Microsoft 365 also includes access to download the Microsoft 365 ProPlus applications which can be installed on unlimited mobile devices for iOS, Android, & Windows Phones. More details and installation instructions are available at

Learn more about the suite of MS365 apps available to you

Microsoft Outlook: 20 Microsoft Outlook Tips

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Getting to know Microsoft 365 student email for McMaster Learn More

McMaster students will soon be migrating to a new email service through Outlook, powered by Microsoft 365 (MS365).

While migration will not begin until May 2021, now is a good time to get to know the features and benefits that come with the MS365 platform.

365 Student Help Center Student Help Center

The Microsoft 365 Student Help Center is a great resource to access when you have questions about how to use the 365 suite of applications and potential use cases to support your academic success.

Microsoft Teams University Leverage MS Teams

Microsoft Teams University is a tool for students that are looking to expand and enhance their Microsoft Teams skill set. The resource includes small lessons along with other neat learning features!

Microsoft Education Integrate 365 Apps

Microsoft Education is a toolkit dedicated to providing resources and answers to inquiries about applications such as Teams, OneNote, and Forms.