Microsoft Office 365 is available to currently enrolled LCC students and employees
at no charge.
Go to Get Office 365 to create your Microsoft account. Remember to use your current LCC email address!
For detailed instructions on signing up and installing Office 365, see our visual
Downloading Microsoft 365 tutorial or our video tutorial!
If you've already set up your Office account with your LCC email address, go to Office.com to log in!
Office 365 comes with
In addition, you get 1 TB of storage through OneDrive for Business so you can access
your documents whenever you need them. If you use a computer that doesn’t have Office
installed you can edit or review assignments in Office Online in any browser.
Office supports PCs and Windows tablets running Windows 7 or higher and Macs with
Mac OS X 10.6 or higher.
Office for iPad can be installed on iPads running version 7.0 or higher.
Your free Office 365 subscription ends.
Students who plan to graduate soon are encouraged to purchase it through the LCC Bookstore
at a discounted price especially for students. If you've recently graduated, contact
the Bookstore to determine if you meet the expiration date.
No. Since you get Office 365 as a free student resource, there is no compensation
for previous purchases.
Sometimes, if you have the most up-to-date version of Office, you can simply log in
to your student Office account without installing Office again. However, to prevent issues, we generally recommend uninstalling
your current version of Office first.
You may have to uninstall your current version of Microsoft Office before installing
your student copy. For help, contact eLearning by emailing eLearning@lowercolumbia.edu or call (360) 442-2520.
You can install it on up to 5 PCs or Macs and on other mobile devices, including Windows
tablets and iPads.
Yes, Office supports having both a personal and school account. Your personal account
will be associated with a different email address than your school account. However,
keep in mind that you cannot log in to both simultaneously.