MSU Billings Student Software
Free Microsoft Office for Students
Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus is a service that provides all active MSUB students, faculty, and staff a free license of the latest version of Microsoft Office. This license can be used on up to 5 PCs, 5 Macs, and 5 mobile devices simultaneously. Office 365 ProPlus will stay activated as long as you are a current student at MSUB with an active email account.
Download your free copy of Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus.
Microsoft Office 365 is a cloud based email, calendaring, and collaboration platform that includes Office online apps. Benefits of Office 365 include:
- Official MSU Billings email address.
- Large Email Storage Capacity (50 GBs)
- Outlook Web Access (OWA) accessible from any internet enabled device:
Note: Log in using your MSUB email address (First.LastID@msubillings.edu) and the password you use when logging into campus computers or D2L.
If you need assistance finding your MSUB email address visit STEP by STEP: myInfo Login.
- Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus (see above for more information).
- Microsoft Office apps for iPhone and Android.
- Office Online Apps including Word Online, Excel Online, PowerPoint Online, OneNote Online and many more!
More information about Office 365
Log into your MSUB Office 365. Note: Log in using your MSUB email address (First.LastID@msubillings.edu) and the password you use when logging into campus computers or D2L.
The MSUB Remote Computer Lab (RCL) provides remote access to a MSUB computer with many of the software applications students need to complete their studies. The RCL allows students to work on a computer whether it's from home, residence hall room, favorite lounge sofa, or favorite coffee shop. You'll be able to log into a RCL computer to use the software needed to complete your coursework. With access available off campus from anywhere you have an internet connection, you'll be able to use MSUB software whenever/wherever it's convenient for you.
Box is a cloud based document storage, file-sharing, file/folder streaming, and collaboration
platform with unlimited file storage! Box is a great tool for storing your documents, working on them, and sharing them
with other students and your faculty. Your data is accessible on and off campus from
any internet connected device. PCs, Macs, iOS, and Android all support Box.
Log into your Box account
More information about Box
Webex provides on-demand collaboration through online meetings, phone conferencing and
video conferencing. Additional functionality of Webex includes Microsoft Outlook
calendar integration, screen sharing, online chat, and recording capabilities. WebEx
brings people together in one place whether they're across town or across the country.
WebEx can run on a PC, Apple computer, iOS and Android.
Log into your MSUB Webex account
More information about Webex
Webex Teams is a secure and easy-to-use communication tool that brings people together and facilitates
collaboration. The app provides tools such as instant messaging, audio and video
calling, whiteboarding, and file sharing. You can create, share, and communicate with
someone or your team from anywhere you have an internet connection through the use
of Webex Teams.
Everything you create within Webex Teams or on the Cisco Webex Board will be stored in the cloud and associated with a virtual room. Team members can use the Webex Teams app to pick up where they left off in the physical room and continue working anywhere they have an internet connection.
More information about Webex Teams
Panopto is a video management platform that provides video recording, editing, streaming,
sharing, and D2L integration. Videos can be recorded for classroom lectures, how-to
and training videos, employee onboarding, or campus announcements while utilizing
powerful search and captioning capabilities. Additionally, videos you already have
can be uploaded into Panopto to gain access to the features of the platform. Panopto
also provides powerful analytics and reporting so you can determine if someone has
watched your video, how many times, and for how long.
LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) offers a large variety of self-paced training videos ranging from software applications to up-and-coming technology trends, business and leadership topics, as well as creativity topics and documentaries. The training topics are searchable by subject, software, or author and can be viewed on or off campus. LinkedIn Learning helps you to learn the details of your favorite software applications with easy to follow how to videos or shows you how to develop leadership or public speaking skills by providing tips from experts. The videos can be watched on demand when time allows from anywhere with a web browser and internet connection.
Mathematica is a symbolic mathematical computation program, sometimes called a computer algebra program, used in many scientific, engineering, mathematical, and computing fields. Widely admired for both its technical prowess and elegant ease of use, Mathematica provides a single integrated, continually expanding system that covers the breadth and depth of technical computing.
Read & Write is a discreet, universally designed, and customizable toolbar that integrates reading,
writing, studying, and research support tools with common applications (i.e. Word,
Google Docs, IE, Chrome, Firefox, Adobe Reader) to foster confidence, independence,
and success in academia.
More information about Read&Write
ZoomText is a magnification and screen reading software utilized by DSS and students with vision disabilities.
The Self-Service Password Reset Portal allows you to reset your password, without having to contact IT, in case it has been
forgotten or to unlock your account if you've locked yourself out.
Important: You'll need to set up your profile before you can use the tool.