If you or your professor have not yet requested access to this, please click the "New Support Ticket" button above and request to have your email address added for access. Please ensure your email address is typed correctly in the ticket, as it will be used for the access to the apps. Once notified that this step is completed by your professor or OIS, you may proceed with the steps below.

Adobe is supporting temporary at-home access of Creative Cloud through July, 6th, 2020.

As a result of campus closure, student access to Adobe Creative Cloud in labs and classrooms is not available. Adobe has provided temporary at-home access for impacted students and faculty, so that they can continue their work remotely. Please follow the instructions below to enable access to Creative Cloud Desktop Apps on your personal device.


  1. Visit https://creativecloud.adobe.com and use your school email to create an account


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  1. If prompted, select Company or School Account and then enter your password. Or provide your credentials in your school’s login screen.

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  1. From the Creative Cloud website, browse for and download your desired app. Click Apps on the top of the page to view all apps.


For more information on how to download or install apps, see Download and Install Creative Cloud apps.

If you are experiencing issues with apps showing as a trial, please see the info at the following support link:



For Higher Education students to continue developing skills, Adobe offers free “Daily Creative Challenges”. These are guided projects where participants receive creative prompts and connect with pros, mentors, and other students for feedback and support. Click on the app name to learn more: Photoshop, XD and Illustrator. Also, for inspiration and over-the-shoulder learning, watch pros share their creative process on Adobe Live daily at www.behance.net/adobelive.


For faculty seeking to engage students during campus closures, Adobe has curated resources to help them discover inspiring projects, best practices, and new ideas so they can continue to drive valuable learning in virtual environments. For more information on Adobe’s distance learning resources please click here.