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Office 365 - faculty & staff

Concordia faculty and staff have been granted a license for the Office 365 online platform offered by Microsoft. This online platform offers access to the standard suite of office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), file storage (One Drive), Intranet (SharePoint), collaboration tools (MS Teams) and more.

Faculty and staff can access the full list of apps available to them by logging in to their Microsoft online portal. The subscription also allows employees to install the Office desktop apps on up to five PCs or Macs per user. For Concordia employees who are also students, the desktop apps will be available by logging in with your student O365 account.

Concordia is presently migrating employee on-premise Exchange mailboxes to Exchange in the cloud (O365) for Faculty and Staff. Click here to learn more about the project.


Who can use it?

Active faculty and staff

How much does it cost?

There is no cost associated with this service.

How to get it

There are currently two ways to log into the Microsoft online portal depending on whether or not your email has been migrated to the cloud (see FAQ below).  To learn more about our email migration initiative, please consult the Office 365 FAQ.

Non-migrated accounts
To access the Office 365 apps, visit the Microsoft O365 portal and enter your netname followed by @staff.concordia.ca (ex: jdoe@staff.concordia.ca) in the username field. You will then be automatically redirected to a Concordia page where you will be prompted for your Concordia password.

Migrated accounts
To access the Office 365 apps, visit the Microsoft O365 portal and enter your Concordia email address (ex: jane.doe@concordia.ca) in the username field. You will then be automatically redirected to a Concordia page where you will be prompted for your Concordia password.

Service availability

24/7

Documentation

Microsoft Resources

For more information and training on the Office 365 apps software package, consult the Microsoft 365 Training Portal

Concordia Resources

FAQ

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