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Penn O365 Accounts




PennO365 accounts are available for all Penn students, faculty, and staff.

Faculty and Staff: PennO365 for faculty and staff provides a unified email and calendaring system for participating Schools and Centers. Faculty and staff also have access, while employed at Penn, to Office ProPlus: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, and more.

Students: PennO365 provides full-time Penn students with access to Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus applications, including a full version of Microsoft Office: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, and more. PennO365 email accounts are not available for students.

Wharton Email Address vs. PennO365 Account Login Credentials

Regardless of whether you are faculty, staff or student, you'll use pennkey@upenn.edu as your login for PennO365 services, and you'll set a separate password.

Your Wharton email address remains the same. Your PennO365 account is used solely to log into the service.

PennO365 Login Credentials (pennkey@upenn.edu + PennO365 Password)

Use these to:

  • Log into PennO365 services (email, online and downloaded applications)

  • Enter in the Email Address field when configuring your PennO365 mail client on your devices.

  • Reset your password on the PennO365 page: https://office365.password.isc.upenn.edu/

Your primary email address remains your pennkey@wharton.upenn.edu address. That's the address people will use to email you, and the address that you'll send from.

For more information, consult the following online resources:

Faculty and Staff:

Office 365: (Faculty and Staff): The place to start for Wharton Faculty and Staff

Moving to PennO365 website, ISC's site providing information about the service rollout at Penn.



Office 365 (Students): The place to start for Wharton students.

PennO365: Office ProPlus: Penn's support site for Office ProPlus for students



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