Free Software For Students

UNF provides students with access to a number of free software programs. All of these programs will run on both Windows and Mac computers. 

 

Title Description How to Access       Who Can Use this Software?
Office 365 Students can download and install the Microsoft Office ProPlus applications on up to five different devices. Learn more about Office 365 ProPlus.     Log into myWings and click on "Ospreys Email" in the upper right hand corner. 
  • Click on gears icon in the upper right hand corner
  • Select Office 365 settings  
  • Click Software  
  • Then, click Install
  • When prompted to enter your email address enter your n#@ospreys.unf.edu
  • When prompted to sign in and activate offer, enter your n#@ospreys.unf.edu and your MyWings password.
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    Currently enrolled UNF students
    Symantec Antivirus Students can download and install Symantec Antivirus program  Download the Symantec Antivirus program from myWings. Look on the student tab for "Software Downloads" Select the operating system and download and install the application.  Currently enrolled UNF students
    Virtual Lab Virtual Lab provides students with access to applications such as SPSS, SAS. To get started, students and faculty just open their web browser and go to http://vlab.unf.edu. After logging in with their UNF ID and password, they will be prompted to install a free piece of software called Citrix Receiver. More information.   UNF students, faculty, and staff
    Office Web Apps Use web apps such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote in the cloud (without having to install anything).  Log into myWings and click on "Ospreys Email" in the upper right hand corner. Click on the tab that says "OneDrive" Then choose "New" and select the type of document you wish to create.  Currently enrolled UNF students

      

    Students also have access to a number of computer labs on campus that house various computer applications. Learn what computer applications are available in the Carpenter Library. Contact the specific colleges to find out about the software available in their labs.

     

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