Students Save 75 Percent on Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe Creative Cloud subscriptions are available to University of Arkansas students for a special discounted rate of $60, that's 75 percent off the normal price of $249. To subscribe visit uark.onthehub.com and enter your UARK email address.
Subscriptions include access to the more than 30 applications that make up Creative Cloud including Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere and Lightroom. Additionally, your account provides access to cloud storage and premium fonts.
"Creative Cloud is the industry standard for a reason and we are excited to provide it to students at an affordable price," said Chris Butler, director of communications for IT Services, "we hope it empowers them to move from consumers of digital media to produces which is key as they develop into professionals in all fields."
The university provides on-demand training for all Creative Cloud applications at no charge through Lynda.uark.edu.
University faculty and staff also have access to Adobe Creative Cloud at no cost to individuals. Visit creativecloud.com and login with your UARK account to get started.
Chris Butler, director, communications
University Information Technology Services
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