Students are not licensed to use the Microsoft Project Web App, please download the desktop application below.


Information about Microsoft Project is located in your course syllabus.  Not all students are licensed for Microsoft Project, please check with your instructor to determine if Project is required for your coursework.  If you use the Office 365 version of Project you must use the Office 365 version of Office.  If you do not use the Microsoft Office Suite on Office 365, you will need to provide your own copy of Microsoft Project.  


1. Here you can download Microsoft Project from the Office 365 portal. Please make sure you are viewing the Apps & Devices tab show below. 




2.  Depending on your browser, select Run (in Edge or Internet Explorer), Setup (in Chrome), or Save File (in Firefox).

If you see the User Account Control prompt that says, Do you want to allow this app to make changes to your device? select Yes.

The install begins

Progress of installation of Office app


3.  Your install is finished when you see the phrase, "You're all set! Project is installed now" and an animation plays to show you where to find the Project app on your computer.

Follow the instructions in the window to find Project, for example depending on your version of Windows, select Start and then scroll to find Project from your list of apps.


Office is installed now. Select Close


Important Information about Mac OS.

Microsoft Project software will run only under a Windows Operating System. While the university fully supplies the Microsoft Project software to you, you are responsible for ensuring your access to the Windows OS. You may accomplish that access by using a Windows PC for your Microsoft Project work. If you use your Mac computer, you must, at your own expense, obtain and install the Windows OS on your Mac and dual-boot.  Information related to 'Bootcamp' can be found here.  There are several other methods described in the link below, but regardless, you need to buy Windows.


https://www.howtogeek.com/187359/5-ways-to-run-windows-software-on-a-mac/


Update: As of 5/28/2020 Microsoft has allowed faculty and students to obtain Windows 10 for free via Azure Dev Tools for Teaching.