Flexible licensing options for primary and secondary schools and districts.
With Adobe Creative Cloud you bring to your school or district an affordable, easy-to-manage
licensing options available through the Adobe Value Incentive Plan (VIP). You’ll enhance teaching and learning while helping students develop essential digital skills for college and career success.
Universal access for all ages: Give your students, teachers, and staff access to the latest industry-leading creative software so they can design, share, and publish compelling content across all media and devices. And now for the first time, students under the age of 13 can have their own Creative Cloud accounts provided that your school deploys in accordance with COPPA and other legislation.
Budget predictability: A low-cost, flat-fee, single-license purchase with one annual or multiyear contract for devices owned or leased by the school, and users attending or working for the school.
Flexible deployment and management: Designed for an individual school or district, licensing options offer a web-based Admin Console that makes it easy to centrally manage and deploy licenses.
Classroom and home use: Schools can use device licenses to allow anyone to access Creative Cloud apps on a given device in the classroom, and can use named-user licenses to give a student or teacher access to Creative Cloud on any device they use, including personal devices at home.
Free instructional resources: Get your educators up to speed on Creative Cloud apps so they can ignite students’ creativity. The Adobe Education Exchange offers free professional development and peer-to-peer collaboration, and the Adobe for Teachers site delivers curriculum and classroom project ideas.
Creative Cloud for enterprise All Apps for K–12 Named-user licenses
• Complete set of Creative Cloud applications and services (age-appropriate only)
• Licenses for each student, faculty, and/or staff member
• Scalable deployment for a school site or district
• Flexible license terms from 1–4 years
• Minimum purchase of 500 licenses per school site and 2,500 per district