What does my student need to sign into their Office 365 account?

Students and educators at eligible institutions can sign up for Office 365 Education for free. Students can log into their school accounts at Office.com, where they’ll have access to Microsoft Teams, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and so much more. From this home base, Office apps and Microsoft Teams can be accessed online or downloaded to a home or mobile device.

Signing into Microsoft Teams for the first time

How to view all assignments in Teams

How to turn in Teams assignments

How to scan documents to OneDrive

Getting started with Educate

Download the GroupMe app for your desktop and mobile devices


Microsoft Distance Learning
Guide for Parents

Just for parents, this guide helps ensure students learn remotely—safely and effectively.

Microsoft Office Quick Start Guides


Getting Started with Teams for Parents and Guardians

Family & Guardian Guide to Microsoft Teams


Quick Guide for Teams on Desktop


Parents’ Guide to Teams


Download Teams for your desktop and mobile devices
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