The Adobe® Creative Suite® School Site Licenses — available through Adobe Volume Licensing — are set up for schools and districts that offer career and technical education programs and integrate multimedia education throughout the curriculum. Schools can make the most of their software budgets and provide students, teachers, and administrators with access to Adobe’s industry-standard software.
Adobe is offering all of its new Creative Suite editions – including Design Premium, Design Standard, Web Premium, Web Standard, Production Premium, and Master Collection – through the School Site License program. The School Site License allows a school to install a Creative Suite edition on up to 250 or 500 school-owned or school-leased computers regardless of school enrollment size. School Licenses also come with ready-to-use curriculum and training materials that help educators implement career and technical education programs for design, web and video programs.
A convenient, low-cost, single-license purchase covers student, teacher, and administrator use.
- Volume licensing points accumulation
Orders for Adobe School Licenses add to your overall TLP or CLP for education point total.
- Affordable solutions
Value-priced School Site Licenses ensure schools can easily and affordably adopt these tools for their curriculums.
Each site license offers easy installation, license management, and control of license use throughout the school.
- Home-use rights for Teachers
Teachers can prepare for courses by using applications on their home computers. Each School License comes with an additional 25 or 50 teacher home-use rights licenses. Software used at home by teachers must be used exclusively for teaching purposes related to the teachers’ employment with the school (such as lesson planning, classroom preparation, and so on).
- Home-use rights for Students
Student home use is not included/permitted. Students can purchase education versions of Adobe software through the Viglen Student Portal
Notes: School Licenses are restricted to individual schools located at a single address. Districts must purchase a School License for each school location separately. Individual site licenses cannot be broken up and distributed among multiple schools.