Adobe is making temporary at-home access for schools and colleges who currently have lab-only access for students, at no additional cost.
Access will be granted through May 31, 2020*, and Adobe will update this date based on how the COVID-19 situation evolves so students can continue their learning remotely. See Adobe's blog post for more details.
*Since this publication, Adobe has extended the 'at-home' access until June 6, 2020.
These temporary licenses are provided pursuant to [Andrews University's] existing agreement for use of Adobe creative software and will be available through May 31, 2020 or until students return to campus, whichever is sooner. [Assigning] this temporary license to a student where local laws require parental consent, [the University] is responsible for obtaining any required parental permissions before allowing the student to use the software. As of the end date, users within the organization will be returned to their entitlement level prior to the temporary license request. Any assets created will be accessible by the student but subject to the restrictions based on their storage entitlement. The temporary licenses are provided at Adobe’s sole discretion.
Andrews Unviersity has requested Adobe to provide student users with temporary licenses. You agree to the above conditions and to Adobe's existing license terms and conditions.
Students may also check out frequently asked questions (FAQ) about Adobe Creative Cloud access during COVID-19.
Contact the ITS Helpdesk at email@example.com or 269-471-6016 if you are having difficulties accessing Adobe Creative Cloud with your Andrews credentials.