Microsoft 365 Web access and Download Information for Students / Faculty / Staff

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Salt Lake Community College offers faculty, staff and active students a license for Office 365.  These two license types provide access to key applications, storage and processes that are instrumental for the role each take at the college.

When a new student begins classes or when a new hire (faculty or staff) begins work, they will be assigned specific licenses during the enrollment/on-boarding process.

 This Knowledge Article covers what each license provides, how to access the online environment and where to go for additional support.

What is included in the Microsoft 365 license for Faculty/Staff?

Faculty Microsoft 365 License A3

*NOTE: If you are an Adjunct faculty member, you only have access to the web version.  If you need to download a desktop version, please contact Technical Support to request access (see the below for contact information.)


What is included in the Microsoft 365 license for Students?

Student Microsoft 365 license A3:


Accessing the online environment

Open your browser and go to -


To use Outlook webmail only, you may use the URL:



Installing to your computer:

Once logged in to the Microsoft 365 online environment, the dashboard will have a tab:

Click the Microsoft 365 selection from the list and the download should start. The installation usually runs on its own with very few prompts to the user.



Downloads for your mobile devices are here



Added Help:

Those using the Mac Platform may have difficulty installing the stand-alone applications including Publisher, OneNote or Project.

Here is a link to online introductory video tutorials by Microsoft: Welcome to Office 365

Here is a link to Quickstart guides for the online applications in Office 365: Office Quick Starts for Macs


Contact Technical Support Help Desk for assistance at or call (801) 957-5555 (weekdays til 8, Fridays til 6 and not available by phone on weekends).


Access and sync files on PC or Mac and mobile devices