Microsoft removed MS Access from their Personal versions of Office 365. HOWEVER, it is available in the Office 365 ProPlus and MS Imagine Premium Program for free.
How to get Office 365 ProPlus:
Log in with your IDfirstname.lastname@example.org (#########@park.edu) username and regular Park password.
Go to the Install Office in the upper right corner and click the little down arrow next to it. (Note! This will only be visible if you are using a PC or Mac - Chromebooks, Linux, etc. will not see this.)
Click on Other Install Options from the menu.
Here you will find the option to install Office 365 ProPlus which includes Access. Make sure that you choose the correct version and language you need, then hit the Install button.
What if I just want Access and don't need to download the entire Office 365 ProPlus Suite?
Park University provides access to Microsoft's Imagine Premium program (formerly Dreamspark) to those fitting the following qualifications:
Any Undergraduate Student who is actively taking a CS or IS course.
Any Graduate Student
Any Faculty teaching a CS or IS course
Any Faculty teaching a Graduate course
You must be actively taking or teaching a qualifying course
Please note that access is provided ONLY for the duration of the semester at which you qualify; time between semesters do not qualify.
You should have received an email from Park University at the beginning of a qualifying term giving you instructions on how to log in and active your account.
Your username is the alphabetical spelling of your email address. For example, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Once you have activated your account, you can log in even after your qualifying semester ends so you may re-access any software you acquired during your qualifying semesters.
Make sure you keep your Software Keys in a safe place. Park ITS does not have the means to recover lost keys.
Common Questions about MS Imagine Premium:
Question: "I am currently seeking a Computer-Related undergraduate degree but not taking any CS or IS courses. Do I qualify?"
Answer: No, you must actively be taking a CS or IS course if you are an undergraduate.
Question: "I am taking a qualifying course and it begins in a week. Why can't I access it yet?"
Answer: All access begins on the first day of the semester and ends on the last day.