The Microsoft Select Program is defined by the Select Master Agreement between the university and Microsoft. The Microsoft Campus Agreement is part of the Select Master Agreement.
The university has renewed its two Microsoft agreements, the Campus Agreement and the Select Agreement, effective December 1, 2014. These agreements will expire on November 30, 2017.
The Microsoft Select Agreement allows university departments to purchase Microsoft licenses with or without Software Assurance (Microsoft's terminology for maintenance) at a reduced price. All Software Assurance (SA) is purchased for the entire length of the Select Agreement and all SA purchased during this Agreement term will expire on November 30, 2017.
If a department chooses to not extend the SA on a license, in order to upgrade that license in the future, the department will need to purchase another license for that product.
|Product Name:||Microsoft Select Program|
|Company Name:||Microsoft Corporation|
|Platform:||Macintosh and Windows|
|Description:||Licenses and Media for most Microsoft products|
|Expiration Date:||November 30, 2015|
|Who Is Eligible:||U-M departments only|
|Personal Use:||Individuals see Computer Showcase|
|Available Software:||Microsoft Price List & Departmental Order Forms|
|Ordering Information:||Please use the order forms linked from the Microsoft Price List|
|Inquiries:||Please send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org|
As part of the Microsoft Campus Agreement, Microsoft also provides Office 365 Education, a benefit program offered at no additional cost to U-M students, faculty, and staff. Learn more about the program and sign up on the Computer Showcase webpage.
U-M students, faculty, and staff are responsible for maintaining university data in approved locations. OneDrive, the cloud storage space included with Office 365, is not approved to store university data or sensitive regulated data. If you wish to use Office 365 for university business, you may be able to save and access your files using your