Adobe for Students

OVERVIEW

Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) is a suite of powerful software tools used by creatives around the world for graphic design, video editing, web development, and more. As a student, gaining access to Adobe CC can be a valuable resource for your academic and creative endeavors. Adobe offers Shared Device Licensing (SDL), which allows students to use Adobe CC software in computer labs without the need for a personal subscription.

DETAILS

Adobe is available within SFU IT computer labs and some faculty/school spaces.

To get started with Adobe at SFU, you require an SFU Adobe ID

Log into the Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop application to use Adobe titles on shared computers in labs.

OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS

FAQ

I have data stored in adobe cloud, can i use it on campus?
All Cloud services such as font access and in-app libraries are disabled. However, users can visit assets.adobe.com to manually access, upload, and download cloud files.
Where can i learn about how to use Adobe creative cloud products?
Adobe offers a range of tutorials and training through their website. You can also visit Adobe's YouTube channel and search specific topics.
CAN I USE MY SFU ADOBE ID ON MY PERSONAL COMPUTER?
No. The license provided to students for Adobe Creative Cloud(CC) requires a special version of Adobe CC that is not publicly available. Your access to Adobe CC using your SFU Adobe ID only works at the identified computer spaces noted above or in computer labs identified by your faculty.

 

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