The University has partnered with Microsoft to offer Microsoft Office 365 University for all current students.You can download and install the University version of Microsoft Office on up to 5 devices while you are a student at Penn.
Wondering about which account credentials to use? See our Account Overview.
The download link is available through Campus Express:
- Log into http://campusexpress.upenn.edu/
- Choose My New Computer, and choose Shop from the left navigation pane.
We recommend starting with the Penn Office 365 information on the Client Care website. These tips will help you get set up.
Penn's Client Care: Office 365 for Penn Students
You can also find extensive support and training materials are available on Microsoft's support site. These tips will help you learn to use Office 365.
Microsoft Office Support: Office 365 Learning Center
For information on personal versions of Office 365, see Microsoft Office 365 and 2016
Previous Office 365 University Account through Wharton?
If you were an early adopter of the Office 365 University software, you may have used your Wharton email address to sign up for and download Office365 University before May of 2015. Because Wharton is participating in the new University-wide initiative to launch a campus version of O365 University, existing accounts created with Wharton addresses have been renamed. User logins that were created before May 2015 are now accessible as follows:
- Old Login credential: email@example.com
- New Login credential: firstname.lastname@example.org .
The account password remains the same.
Copies of Office 365
Students can view how many copies of Office 365 are active in their account. You will be able to remove copies of Office here if you exceed the 5 devices limit.
- Go to portal.office.com
- Log in with your PennO365 credentials
- Click your name/portrait on the top right side of the screen
- Click My Account and scroll down to Install status
- Click Manage installs; here you will see the option to view/remove copies of Office 365
Refer to the PennO365 article if you have issues logging in.