NetID Deactivation and Office Pro Plus Applications

Microsoft licenses Office Pro applications and Office 365 to Stony Brook University only for active students* and active west campus employees**. Once you are inactive, access to previously downloaded Office programs from Office 365 will be removed by Microsoft and you will not be able to download Microsoft Office applications from the Office365 Portal.

Audience: Faculty, Researchers, Staff, Students and Teaching Assistants

This KB Article References: Microsoft Office (Office 365 ProPlus), Office 365
This Information is Intended for: Faculty, Researchers, Staff, Students, Teaching Assistants
Last Updated: July 14, 2016

Microsoft licenses Office Pro applications and Office 365 to Stony Brook University only for active students* and active west campus employees**.

Once you are inactive, access to previously downloaded Office programs from Office 365 will be removed by Microsoft and you will not be able to download Microsoft Office applications from the Office365 Portal.

You can purchase your own copy or Office 365 subscription from the Microsoft store and migrate your files from your Stony Brook University Office 365 to an Office 365 Personal account (Windows 10, 8.1, 7, Mac). If you're graduating, do a search for Microsoft discounts for recent graduates.

Learn more about what to do before you leave the university.

*Active students are those currently registered or eligible to register for classes at Stony Brook University; alumni are not active students
**Active west campus employees are those currently being paid a salary; emeritus and non-active adjuncts are not active employees

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