Students have access to the following features:

  • 50 GB Email quota
  • 25 GB OneDrive: Easy-to-use cloud storage.  Drag files from your computer, tablet, or phone directly into your browser to store them safely in the cloud
  • OFFICE WEB APPS (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneDrive, OneNote)

Additional Capabilities Include:

  • Office Mobile including both iPhone & Android (subscriptions for up to 5 devices),
  • Web Conferencing
  • Audio Calls (Skype-to-phone)

Things to note:

  • Once you graduate or depart from Lawrence you will no longer have access to your Lawrence email account.
  • Once you graduate or depart from Lawrence you will no longer have access to the Office 365 apps or the OneDrive cloud storage.

Accessing Office 365

  1. From your favorite browser (Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Edge) go to:
  2. Enter your Lawrence (i.e.: and password, click Login

Using webmail


Mobile Devices: Setup for Email/Calendar

NOTE: You MUST delete your existing Lawrence mail account on your mobile device before adding the new one.


Android setup:

  1. Go to Settings - Accounts - Add Account - Email (for newer versions of Android choose Corporate Version)
  2. In the email address field enter your full Lawrence email address
  3. In the password field enter your Lawrence password.
  4. Select Manual Setup - Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
  5. In the Domain\Username field enter (\
  6. Reenter Password even if it is already filled.
  7. In the Exchange Server field enter:
  8. Verify that Use SSL is checked, click Next
  9. Select options for the content you’d like to sync, click Next
  10. After naming your account, finish the setup on your account.
  11. You will be warned about the app needing administrator rights on your device.  Select activate to complete the email configuration successfully.

iPad/iPhone setup:

  1. Go to Settings - Mail, Contacts, Calendars - Add Account - Exchange
  2. In the Email field enter: your email address
  3. In the Password field enter: your Lawrnece password, click Next
  4. In the Server field enter:
  5. In the Domain field enter:
  6. In the Username field enter:  (
  7. Skip the Password field if fill out previously, click Next
  8. Select the features you’d like to sync, click Save

Windows Phone/RT:

  1. Go to Mail.
  2. Go to Settings - Accounts - Add an Account
  3. Select Exchange from list.
  4. For the email address field enter your (
  5. For your password enter: enter your Lawrence password.
  6. Click Connect.

Laptop or Desktop: Setup for Email/Calendar:


Apple Mail Instructions (PDF)

Microsoft Exchange Instructions (PDF)

Windows 8 or 8.1 Mail App Instructions (PDF)

Microsoft 365 Apps

Microsoft 365 apps (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, One Drive, Teams, SharePoint Communication sites and much more are available for free to the Lawrence University Community.

Note: The availability of these applications and the OneDrive storage space is contingent on your student enrollment or employment with Lawrence. Upon graduation from Lawrence or end of your employment, these applications will no longer be available to you on your device.

The Microsoft 365 applications can be installed on up to five devices. To download follow the below steps:

  1. At your computer go to, click on Office 365
  2. Login with your username as follows: and your Lawrence password.
  3. Once you have logged into your Microsoft 365, the Apps will appear at the top of your webpage or click the app launcher from the top left corner to see.
  4. To download your Office Suite click "Install apps" from right edge. Choose from Microsoft 365 apps or other install options (use this for Apple options). This gives the option to install one single application or simply install the entire Office Suite on your computer.
  5. Go through the install process. Follow on screen instructions for setting up your applications.
  6. After installation is complete start Office and sign in with your and network password.

If you should have any issues with your installation please call 920-832-6570 or email the

Quick Reference How-To-Guides