Multi-factor authentication required to access Microsoft 365 apps

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is now required when accessing Microsoft 365 applications, including Outlook Email, Teams, OneDrive, SharePoint and Yammer. Find out how to set up your MFA.

Choose from the range of software and applications listed below and access them for free using your RMIT student email address (your student number followed by and password.
*Forgotten your RMIT password? Reset it now.

How to login to Office 365

To access the full Microsoft Suite go to and sign in with your RMIT email address and password. Then you can see all the various applications, like Teams, Outlook, OneNote, etc.

myDesktop software

More software, including MYOB  to AutoCAD, are available via myDesktop.

Install Microsoft Office 365 products

RMIT gives you free access to Microsoft Office 365 apps, including:

  • Word
  • Excel
  • PowerPoint
  • OneNote
  • Publisher

How to use Microsoft Outlook

Get access to your RMIT email and calendar via Outlook, using your RMIT email address and password to login.

New to Outlook? Learn more about using Office 365.

More Microsoft apps

Find out more about other Microsoft apps available to you at RMIT.

Adobe Creative Cloud

Students in some RMIT courses and programs get automatic access to Adobe Creative Cloud.

Find out if you're eligible and how to get access.

If your course/program isn't listed, ask your course coordinator if it's possible to request access for you.

Link your RMIT account to social media

A how-to guide that takes you through the steps of linking your RMIT MyApps login to your Facebook, Google, or LinkedIn account.

Can't find what you're looking for?

Contact the Office 365 Assist Team.

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