Office 365 provides Seattle University students, faculty, staff with modern - and useful - tech services, including Seattle University email, online file storage, and access to popular Office applications like Word and Excel. And SU alumni keep their email address for life.
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Please visit https://portal.office.com to log in using your SU email address and password.
Seattle University's Office 365 data-emails, attachments, files stored in SharePoint and Groups and OneDrive-lives on multiple synchronized data centers within the United States.
Yes! Information stored on hard drives and info that moves within Office 365 is secure. For more information on Office 365 security, please visit the following Microsoft resource: Microsoft Office 365 Security.
All Seattle University faculty, staff, students and alumni automatically have Office 365 accounts. Your Seattle University username and password is also your account login for Office 365.
Go to www.Office.com/GetOffice365, log in with your SU username and password, and choose your software to install.
Please visit www.Office.com/GetOffice365 again, but this time tap on the "Phones and Tablets" link on the left. Select your mobile device and follow the links to your app store to download.
Your Office 365 account is provided by Seattle University to all students, faculty, staff and alumni. It is directly attached to your normal Seattle University firstname.lastname@example.org account.
Office 365 University is a fee-based software subscription between you and Microsoft that allows you to download and install Microsoft applications on multiple devices. Services purchased via Office 365 University are NOT tied to your SU account. More information about Office 365 University can be found here.
Please see the Office 365 Training site for the most current and accurate Office 365 support materials. Additional information is available via LinkedIn Learning.
Your account is re-licensed as an alumni account. Your email address is the same, but you will not have access to other Office 365 online apps (including SharePoint, OneDrive, and Word Online).
Yes! People who are alumni and also staff/faculty/active student will have one Office 365 account that includes all the features of a faculty/staff/active student Office 365 account.
As of August 2019, SharePoint Online is a self-service offering from Microsoft. ITS can provide an out-of-the-box SharePoint site, but does not currently have resources available to develop or design SharePoint for SU departments. If your department is interested in developing and managing a SharePoint presence please contact the ITS Service Desk (email@example.com).
For instructions on setting up mail forwarding in Office 365, please take a look at the following Microsoft support article.
To create a new site that only includes Posts and Files, and does not include the default Staff Journal tab, choose the “other” site template. Here’s where you’ll find it:
This is a tricky one. Your SU account (and every other SU account) has access to SharePoint’s version of Visio Online, which is a functional but limited version of Visio, and does not include access to a downloadable version of Visio. You can access SharePoint’s version of Visio Online by going to a SharePoint document library and clicking New > Visio drawing. Visio Plan 2 is an extra license that is not available to all fac/staff. If you want extra Visio firepower you will need to purchase Visio; you can do so through the University’s technical purchasing department
Unfortunately, we don’t have the tenant license for Power Virtual Agents.
Flow and Power Automate are different; Power Automate is the umbrella service that allows you to create Flows, access connectors, and get into AI Builder (only the trial version is accessible today, but this is an access point for AI Builder if we were licensed for it).