June 25, 2020 9:45 AM
Center for Information Technology

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Temporary, at-home access to Adobe Creative Cloud desktop apps for students will be ending on July 6, 2020. But don’t worry, there are many apps with free experiences for you to continue building your skills in photo and video editing, graphic design, UI prototyping, and more.

Faculty and staff may continue to use their named, Adobe licenses.

Publish and share your work

Adobe Portfolio
To help recent graduates, Adobe is making Adobe Portfolio free for one year! Whether you want to showcase your work in a full portfolio website to share with potential employers, or create a single-page website, we’ve got you covered. Be the first to hear about the launch by signing up here.

Adobe Spark
Easily create beautiful images, videos, and web pages that make you stand out to friends, professors, or future employers.

Create photos, videos, and prototypes

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
Powered by the magic of Adobe Photoshop technology, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for mobile lets you craft and share professional-quality images from your phone or tablet.

Adobe Premiere Rush
Take pro-quality video on your mobile devices with built-in camera functionality. Edit with intuitive tools for audio, motion graphics, and more, and share from the app to social channels like YouTube, Facebook, and lnstagram.

Adobe XD
Create prototypes that bring your ideas to life. Learn how to design and build an elegant mobile app or website, one of the most in-demand skills by employers today.

Scan and easily interact with PDFs

Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
Read, annotate, collaborate on, sign, and work with your digital documents from anywhere with the leading, free PDF tool, Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Adobe Scan
Easily capture and convert handwritten content and forms into high-quality Adobe PDFs. Share via email or upload scans to your GDrive with the free scanner in your pocket Adobe Scan.