Adobe Creative Cloud Now Available to Faculty and Staff at No Charge
IT Services is pleased to announce that, thanks to a new cross-campus collaboration, Adobe Creative Cloud is now available to all faculty and staff at the University of Arkansas at no charge to individuals.
To get started, visit CreativeCloud.com, click Sign In and enter your UARK email address. Once logged in, you'll be free to install any of the more than 30 applications that make up Creative Cloud. Additionally, your account provides access to cloud storage and premium fonts.
"This is a great example of collaboration between departments to advance the university's mission, and I'm so proud of the finance directors for coming together as one team. Adobe's Creative Cloud is the industry standard for a reason, and we're excited to see the creativity of our campus unleashed," Clay Greninger, senior director of finance and administration for IT Services, said.
Faculty and staff may install Creative Cloud applications on two devices using their UARK account. Work at home licenses are available for $9.75 per year for faculty and staff who desire to install Creative Cloud on personal computers. To purchase work at home licenses, visit uark.onthehub.com.
Computer labs and computers used by student workers are handled under a separate license. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Students will be able to purchase Creative Cloud subscriptions for their personal computers starting August 20. One-year subscriptions are $60 and will be available at uark.onthehub.com.
Chris Butler, director, communications
University Information Technology Services
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