Student UARK Email Now in Office 365 Outlook

The U of A has a unified email platform: Office 365 Outlook.
Art Miller

The U of A has a unified email platform: Office 365 Outlook.

Over winter break, more than 87,000 student calendars and mailboxes were moved from Google to Office 365 Outlook. Student email addresses remained the same. Students can log into to install Outlook or use the web version.

Students can still access Google Drive, but all messages sent to their UARK email are now found in Outlook. Also, email forwards previously set up in UARK Gmail will need to be set up again in Outlook.

Instructions for using Outlook, including device setup, are available online at About UARK Email

With a single email and calendar platform for all, students and faculty can take advantage of streamlined collaboration, including integrated file sharing and calendars. Outlook also provides access to the campuswide address book, allowing students to look up any address.

Visit for assistance. Training and tips for Outlook are available from LinkedIn Learning free of charge with a UARK account.


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