MS Office free for UD students
UD participating in Microsoft Student Advantage program
3:39 p.m., July 22, 2014--The University of Delaware is now participating in the Microsoft Student Advantage program, allowing registered UD students to use Microsoft Office at no charge while enrolled in UD classes.
UD students can download and install Office on up to five computers and devices and may continue to use the free copies of Office as long as they remain enrolled in classes at the University.
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Effective immediately, students with Windows computers, Apple Macintosh computers, iPads, Windows phones, and Windows RT tablets can take advantage of the program. The program will be available for students’ Android phones in the near future.
Details of the program are outlined at this web page.
When students are no longer enrolled in UD classes, they will need to buy their own Office licenses or use other software (e.g., OpenOffice, LibreOffice) to open the Office documents they created while they were enrolled.
This program is not available for University-owned systems or for UD employees (unless they are also students). Access to Office products for UD-owned computers and UD employee use can be found on the UDeploy server.