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Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 (formerly O365) provides email, online document editing and storage, access to the Office Web Apps, and Microsoft Office for Windows and Mac.

This includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint, OneNote, OneDrive, Forms, Bookings, Teams, and more. Training is available for individuals or departments.


Our agreement with Microsoft allows faculty, staff, and students to download and install Microsoft Office desktop applications for free on up to 5 computers.

Individuals that are sponsored, special pay, part-time, etc. have access to online applications only. Once an individual has left the University, their Microsoft Office subscription will end immediately.


While Microsoft 365 offers many awesome products, we can only offer support for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint, OneNote, OneDrive, Forms, Bookings, and TeamsWe encourage users to work with other tools offered, but we do not have the capacity/ability to support all of the Microsoft 365 tools, as new tools are released all the time.

Collaboration with Office 365

Listen as ITS's Tonya Brown explains how to collaborate with others using 365 tools such as Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint, and Whiteboard.

Microsoft 365 Portal

Make the Move to OneDrive and SharePoint

Still using Isilon, My Drive or Volshare to store documents? If you are still using these or are looking for a storage solution, it's time to make the move to OneDrive and SharePoint. Contact Application Support at for assistance in moving your documents.

Getting Started



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901.448.2222 or


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Sensitive/Protected Storage Policy

UTHSC ITS provides guidance and instructions on how to safely and securely store and share university data and documents. However, you are ultimately in control and assume the responsibility for how you store and share university data. Take this responsibility seriously and use due diligence every time you share, both internal and external of UTHSC. Review the Data Security standard before sharing any data.

If you have any questions, please contact UTHSC's Cybersecurity team at

Last Published: Apr 12, 2021