Please note: Software purchased through the Division of IT will no longer be prorated as of July 1, 2017. Each license is subject to a specific license cycle and the cost of that license will remain the same regardless of the expiration date. There is no expiration date associated with Microsoft applications; however, if you want to upgrade to gain new functionality, you will need to purchase a new license.
|Project Pro 2016||$107|
|Publisher 2016||Included with MS Office ProPlus|
|Visio Pro 2016||$55|
|Visio Standard 2016||$28.50|
|Visual Studio Pro 2015/2017||$61|
|Visual Studio with MSDN (special order)||Call for pricing|
To obtain Microsoft Office on MU equipment, contact your IT Pro.
To enroll in the Software Assurance Home Use Program (HUP) for University employees, go to doitservices.missouri.edu. Login to the self-service portal with your University user id and password, select Service Catalog, and search for Microsoft Home Use Program.
Under HUP, you may purchase Microsoft titles that are volume-licensed by the university, like Microsoft Office Professional. Receive a digital download for just $14.99. The license is valid as long as you are a university employee.
PLEASE NOTE: Our current contract with Microsoft does not include access for retirees.
All enrolled students are eligible for a free copy of MS Office 365 ProPlus, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher (Windows only), OneNote, and Outlook. It can be downloaded by logging into your university email account. Go to: Settings>Office 365 Settings>Software.
It is the policy of the University of Missouri to honor software license agreements and to encourage all users to do likewise. The Division of Information Technology will not knowingly assist in, or permit its equipment to be used in, violation of such agreements. The software must not be copied for someone else or loaned to someone else for them to copy. Departmental purchases must be made using a MoCode or Pcard. The license agreement expires upon the termination of the user’s affiliation with the University of Missouri.