Software for selected applications can be obtained through site licensing and volume discount agreements. Below is a list of some of the programs that are currently available. Click on the program for more information. You can contact the ITS Service Desk for more information on any of the programs listed, including any pricing that may apply.
- Adobe Software
- Apple Software
- AutoDesk ACES Subscription Agreement
- Maple Site License Agreement
- McAfee Software
- Microsoft Campus Licensing Agreement
- Microsoft Select Licensing Agreement
- Minitab Site Agreement
- Wolfram Mathematica
In addition, RIT Purchasing is aware of the majority of RIT's special software agreements.
The RIT Digital Den store offers educational pricing on selected software. Please note that the prices in the Digital Den are typically for shrinkwrapped copies of software (suitable for sale to individuals), and may not reflect the full discount that RIT departments can achieve. For more information, contact the RIT Digital Den store at 475-2501.
RIT-owned computers are eligible to have many products from the Adobe Creative Cloud installed without extra charge. For instructions on installing this software, please click here.
Personally-owned computers are eligible for software from the Adobe Creative Cloud. The license for the software is free, but there is a small fee for access to the portal to retrieve the software. For more information, please click here.
RIT has had campus-wide software licensing and maintenance coverage for Mac OS operating systems for RIT-owned computers since 2002. Certain Apple software is also available to be installed on RIT-owned computers without extra charge. For instructions on installing this software, please click here.
Apple software for personally-owned computers can be purchased through the RIT Digital Den.
Departments can pay a low cost annual subscription fee for many AutoDesk software products, including AutoCAD. For more information contact the ITS Service Desk. Students can download 13 month versions of the software at the Autodesk Student Community. To sign up, visit http://students.autodesk.com.
ESRI designs and develops the worlds leading geographic information system (GIS) technology. Its leading product - ArcGIS - is a powerful tool that can be used to analyze a wide variety of data against geographic information.
For more information about ESRI, refer to http://www.esri.com/.
Departments can pay a low cost annual subscription fee for access to Maple. Maple is an advanced mathematical application for use on RIT-owned faculty and staff computers. For more information please contact the School of Mathematical Sciences. For instructions on installing this software (COS faculty/staff), please click here.
RIT has a licensing agreement with MathWorks to provide faculty and staff with access to many products in the MATLAB suite. MATLAB is one of the leading software packages for technical computing and model-based design. The software is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. RIT's contract covers a selection of Standard and Additional Toolboxes.
Faculty and staff can download the MATLAB software on RIT-owned computers by following these directions.
Facutly and staff can also download the MATLAB software for their personally owned computers by following these directions.
Students are not permitted to use the software on their computers under RIT's license agreement with MathWorks. Students may purchase MATLAB licenses from Mathworks for $99 for their own computers at http://www.mathworks.com/.
For more information about MathWorks, refer to http://www.mathworks.com/.
ITS provides McAfee VirusScan software for Windows Mac computers. The software is automatically installed and configured on RIT-owned computers. The software is also available to faculty, staff, and student personally-owned computers free of charge, through an agreement with McAfee. To download and install this software on your personal computer, please click here.
CAMPUS is a three year licensing agreement that RIT has secured with Microsoft to provide Faculty and Staff the ability to keep Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office up do date on both their work and home computers. This agreement applies only to MS Windows and MS Office. Other software, such as Microsoft Windows Server, is covered by the SELECT agreement described below.
SELECT is a three year volume purchasing agreement that allows RIT to purchase a number of different Microsoft software titles at a substantial discount from standard retail or other special academic pricing, and also allows licenses and media to be purchased separately. NOTE: The SELECT agreeement does not allow unlimited installation or concurrent use of any software. All licenses granted under SELECTare for a specific number of installations on specific machines, and must be paid for with an RIT Purchase Order.
Several departments are sharing a campus license for Minitab to be used on RIT-owned computers. (Note: Minitab is a Windows-only application.) to get Minitab for your RIT Owned computer, please contact your Systems Administrator. Minitab is also available for use by all current students and facutly on their personal computer for academic purposes. For more information and to download the software, visit our Minitab download page (student or faculty login required).
ITS maintains an annual academic subscription site license for SAS for Windows. SAS brings you a complete suite of products for data access, data management, data analysis and data presentation. The license provides the opportunity for RIT faculty, staff and registered students to subscribe to a suite of SAS products Go to http://www.rit.edu/its/services/software_licensing/sas.html for more information.
RIT has a licensing agreement with Wolfram Research that allows faculty, staff, and students to install Mathematica on and access Mathematica from school-owned and personally-owned machines. Mathematica is one of the leading software packages for symbolic and numeric computation, dynamic visualization, 2D and 3D modeling, and presentation in the classroom and in research. Mathematica is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms, as well as for grid computing (or HPC) environments.
Faculty and staff within participating colleges may request Mathematica to be installed on their RIT-owned computer or their personally-owned computer through their IT support.
Mathematica for RIT students can be purchased through the RIT Digital Den at Barnes & Noble @ RIT. Licenses are available for $25 per academic year. The license includes the latest version of Mathematica as well as free upgrades to new versions of Mathematica that are released during the academic year.
For more information about Mathematica, or any of Wolfram's suite of products, please refer to http://www.wolfram.com