Microsoft has recently revealed the pricing for its Office 365 University mainly built for college going students. This Office 365 University is cloud based and is very much similar to the desktop variety of Office but still then it has low pricing and a subscription term that compliments the user’s student career. So finally now you can get this office package for just $79.99.
The low price is for a four-year subscription, making the total monthly cost $1.67. Students who elect to continue their education or who stay in school longer than four years can renew their subscription for another four years at the same cost. Also included in the price is 27GB of SkyDrive storage, to which files created with Office 365 are saved.
Featured Application On Office 365 University
Like the regular variety of Office, college students can get Office 365 access for free by purchasing Office University 2010 (Windows), and Office 2011 (Mac). Both products are priced at $100. Microsoft has upped its game recently by making Office 365 HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) compliant, something med schools require. This gives it an edge over Google’s education office apps, which are free. So far, Duke, Emory, Thomas Jefferson University, and the University of Washington have all jumped on the Office 365 wagon.