Email & Office 365

Faculty, staff, & students receive a Penn O365 email address; the account login is pennkey@upenn.edu, which is also the email address. Email addresses can also be displayed as pennkey@sp2.upenn.edu.

Faculty and staff will receive their email as part of their on-boarding process.

Incoming SP2 students will receive a Penn O365 email account AFTER they have successfully created and registered their PennKey.

Update Sender Name

To update your email display name, modify your Penn Directory entry:

  1. Select “My Profile” in the top righthand corner;
  2. Log in with your PennKey username and password;
  3. Add a new entry with your name listed as desired; and
  4. Select the radio button (on left) to make it your primary listing.

Please note that O365 always displays names in the following order: Surname, GivenName MiddleName.

As part of the PennO365 service, you can install the latest version of Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus on up to five (5) personal computers and mobile devices. You also receive access to Microsoft Office Online and 1 TB of storage on OneDrive, Microsoft’s cloud data storage and collaboration solution.

Additional Penn O365 Resources

Instructions for installing Office ProPlus on your mobile devices and computers.

Instructions for setting up email on your mobile devices and computers.

Additional help & resources for using Penn O365.

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