Get IT Ready for Class

We want all of our MU tigers to succeed; so DoIT offers a number of tools to make your academic experience a little easier. Download free Office 365, take advantage of your printing allowance, and store up to 50 GB in Box Cloud Storage!

Free Office 365

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No need to purchase Microsoft Office because the full Office 365 suite is provided to all enrolled students. Log in to your student email account to download any or all of the Office applications for Windows or Mac. Software can be installed for free on up to five devices, including iOS, Android, and other mobile operating systems. Office 365 includes Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher (Windows only), Access, and OneNote.

Print Anywhere

Student printing on campus.
Print Anywhere allows students to print to MU network-connected printers from their personal laptops. Start your print job and pick it up at the designated printer on your way to class. Keep track of your printing allowance with Print Smart.

Print Smart

Undergraduate students are issued a $17.50 print allowance each semester, which is about 350 pages (black only). If you go over your semester allowance, you can add money to your Tigercard account to pay for the additional printing.  You can check your balance and see how many pages you have printed online.

Box Cloud Storage

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Keep your files secure using Box Cloud Storage! As an MU student, you are entitled to a free, 50-gigabyte Box account. By using Box, collaborating for team projects is easy! You and your classmates can share and edit documents, take notes, and more. All Box services and apps are accessible through a web browser, using a computer or mobile device. Box also integrates with Microsoft Office and Outlook.

iClickers in the Classroom

Some courses require the use of student response systems, called “iClickers”, to allow students to give live feedback, answer questions, and assess their own understanding of the material being covered in class. iClickers are also frequently used with PowerPoint presentations to display real-time reactions such as voting results, engagement in course topics, opinions, and quick quizzes.