What is Microsoft Imagine?
Microsoft Imagine (formerly known as DreamSpark) is a Microsoft program that supports technical education by providing access to Microsoft software for learning, teaching and research purposes.
Microsoft Imagine (a.k.a. The Microsoft Developer Network, MSDN) offers a variety of operating systems and software to students enrolled in the following colleges:
- College of Engineering
- College of Earth and Energy
- College of Architecture
- Price College of Business.
How Do I Access it?
You must be actively enrolled in a course within one of the above programs to have access to Microsoft Imagine. Each college has their own MSDN page that will be used to access the software. The software provided includes (but is not limited to):
- Microsoft Windows Consumer Operating Systems (Windows 10, 8.1)
- Microsoft Windows Server Operating Systems (Windows Server 2012)
- Microsoft Expression Studio/Design Suite
- Microsoft Visual Studio
- Microsoft Exchange Server
- Microsoft SQL Server
- Microsoft Project
- Microsoft Visio
- Microsoft Office
*Please note software availability may differ between Colleges.
The Microsoft Imagine site for the Colleges of Architecture, Business, Earth and Energy and Engineering is located here.
Your OU email address should be used as your username for the COA/Business/COE/CEE Microsoft Imagine site (the username may be your email alias OR the default email address (for example, firstname.lastname@example.org). To find your email address, visit accounts.ou.edu.
If you are currently enrolled in one of the associated programs, and you are unable to login, please contact OU IT by phone: 405-325-HELP (4357) or at needhelp.ou.edu.