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Microsoft Imagine Academy

North Carolina Central University has partnered with Microsoft Imagine Academy. This program is designed to help academic institutions worldwide offer the latest IT education programs for Microsoft technologies. This FREE service enables faculty, staff, and students to develop their technical skills. The program allows you to improve your skills with self-paced, interactive, and engaging online training. It will also provide you with the latest Microsoft technology skills necessary to acquire certification and be competitive in today’s rapidly evolving workplace. The Microsoft Imagine Academy also provides educators and staff with professional development opportunities.

Due to the subscription obtained by the university, this program is only available to currently enrolled students and full time, permanent faculty and staff.  

Note: Mozilla Firefox is the suggested browser for using the Microsoft Imagine Academy. Google Chrome cannot be used as it no longer supports the plug-in (Microsoft Silverlight) which is used by the Microsoft Imagine Academy.

Gaining Access for First-Time Users

If you are a first-time user, you must register to get started.  To register:

Gaining Access for Returning Users

  • Visit the Microsoft Imagine Academy website
  • Click "Sign In"
  • When asked, provide your organizational account information. This is your NCCU-provided email address (username@nccu.edu or username@eagles.nccu.edu) and the password associated with your MyEOL
  • You will then have access to your Microsoft Imagine Academy account.

For questions or further details visit one of the links below or submit a ticket with your Eagle Technical Assistance Center (ETAC) at 919.530.7676.

NCCU FAQ Page: http://www.nccu.edu/knowledgebase/faq.cfm?id=914

Microsoft Imagine Academy Help Page: https://imagineacademy.microsoft.com/home/help

Disclaimer: Microsoft's software maintenance can potentially lead to downtime and have an impact on the application/solution in terms of its use and the changes it may make on the system.

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