How to get Adobe CC
Both staff and students can use the procedure below to access Adobe software.
Concordia has secured a limited amount of Adobe CC licenses for students that will be active until Summer 2021 as long as you remain an active student enrolled in the class listed below. The license does not grant access to most web only applications and cloud services, such as the cloud version of Lightroom.
Students, step 1 is to activate your live.concordia.ca email address that Concordia gives you for free! Otherwise nothing below will work for you.
If you have trouble with anything below, please email email@example.com with as many details and screenshots as possible and someone will get back to you.
Students will need to login with their firstname.lastname@example.org email account. You can activate it by following the instructions here: https://www.concordia.ca/it/services/office-365-education.html
Students who’s class is not listed can still fill out the form referenced below, but you will get the license only if we have some left. If you were not automatically eligible, once you fill in the form, try to login after two or three business days to see if you have access. You will probably not be contacted unless you are not eligible.
If you are faculty and need to get your class on the list, you have to submit the request to CDA by filling out this form. You’ll need to login with your Office 365 account to fill out the form. We will then add all the students from your class to the master list we provide IITS for account creation.
To download the Creative Cloud desktop app, navigate to the following URL : https://creativecloud.adobe.com/apps/all/desktop
If you are a student login with your email@example.com email address.
If you are faculty or staff, login using firstname.lastname@example.org
*Replace netname with your actual netname.
You will then be redirected to the Concordia login page. Enter your netname and password
You should now install the Creative Cloud Desktop Application by clicking on Creative Cloud in the upper left corner of the window.
Under Quick Links click on the Install Creative Cloud app.
You will be prompted for permission, click OK
The Creative Cloud Installer will be downloaded, double click on the Installer.
You might be prompted by macOS to trust the Application, click Open.
Enter your local admin account credential to start the installation. This is the same that you use to unlock your computer.
You will then be redirected back to your browser to authenticate once again but it should remember our last login.
The final phase of the installation is underway.
Once you have the Creative Cloud app installed, you can now install any Adobe app.
(Access starts on January 12, 2021)