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OneDrive at Syracuse University

OneDrive is a Microsoft cloud storage service that connects you to all your files. It lets you store and protect your files, share them with others, and access them from anywhere on all your devices. When you use OneDrive with an account provided by Syracuse University, it is good to note that it's sometimes called "OneDrive for work or school."

Additionally, it used to be known as "OneDrive for Business," so you may still see it called that in places throughout Answers.

On This Page

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Accessing OneDrive on Windows or macOS

Sign into and click on the bento menu button (A screencap of a bento button made up of nine dots in a 3x3 grid. Commonly used to denote additional menu options) at the top left of the page and choose OneDrive from the list of applications.

Accessing OneDrive on Mobile Devices

Microsoft offers the most up to date, step-by-step instructions on their Support pages: 

Use OneDrive on iOS

Use OneDrive on Android

OneDrive Account and File Management

Microsoft offers the most up to date, step-by-step instructions on their Support pages: 

Set up your computer to sync your OneDrive for Business files in Office 365

Learn to store, share, and sync your files (tutorial series)

Sort, rename, or move photos and files in OneDrive

Uploading photo and files to OneDrive

Share OneDrive files and folders

Delete or restore files and folders in OneDrive

Specific to Syracuse University OneDrive


SU requires that sharing invitations be sent to an email address and requires that the invitee that is not using a email address be able to receive an access code at their email address to access any shared files.


SU currently limits the size of each user's OneDrive to 250GB in size and will be automatically increased to 500GB when the H: Drive is migrated.

Getting Help

For support of the information above, contact the ITS Help Desk at 315-443-2677,, or by stopping into 1-227 CST