Microsoft Office Suite is a set of interrelated applications designed to help you complete your job tasks productively and include applications such as Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and more.

VSU-owned equipment:

Computers running Office 2013 or older can be upgraded to the latest Office Suite by submitting a Service Request.

Personal Devices:

Steps to Downloading Free Software 

Students, faculty, and staff of VSU may install, at no charge, the latest Microsoft Office Suite on up to five (5) personal computers; and Office Mobile apps on up to five (5) devices through the Microsoft Advantage program. By installing the software, you agree to uninstall upon graduation or end of employment with VSU.

NOTICE: Beginning the week of October 25, 2020, current and future alumni and retirees will no longer have access to Microsoft Office 365 desktop applications that can be installed on personal devices. Continued access to Office 365 Email, Microsoft Teams, OneDrive, and Office Online web applications will remain.

Microsoft Office 365:

Office 365 (O365) is an all-in-one web-based communications and collaboration platform that include a number of features:

Access Office 365 by logging in to MyVSU and then clicking Email or Microsoft OneDrive/Office Apps from the Portal list.

Learn to use Office 365:

What is Office 365?

Best Practices for Collaborating with O365

Desktop Outlook (Email, Calendar, Contacts, & Tasks): 

FindTime Calendar Scheduling (Add-in): 

Quick Start Guide

Official Microsoft FindTime Site

FindTime Feedback Forum 

View Findtime Video Tutorials on Hoonuit

As a component of Office 365, Microsoft Teams lets you share and edit files in a single secure location; and with features like chats and video conferencing, everyone has the right tools to stay connected no matter where they are.

Click to learn how to use Teams