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Getting Access to Adobe Creative Cloud

Students

Students at the Albuquerque campus (Main and HSC) and at the Taos Campus have Creative Cloud access included at no additional cost. To activate your license for the year, please visit UNM's online Software Store.

  1. Visit https://webstore.unm.edu/ and sign in with your preferred UNM NetID or HSC ID credentials.
  2. Select the "Adobe Creative Cloud Annual Subscription – Student Access or Staff/Faculty Personal Purchase Only (2020-2021)" product from the list of products for sale.

  3. Discounted pricing will display for students registered for the current or next semester.
  4. Click on "Add to Cart", "View Cart" and "Proceed to Checkout"
  5. You will receive an email from Adobe when your license is provisioned (usually within 24 hours)
  6. Go to: https://creativecloud.adobe.com

  7. On the sign-in page enter your unm.edu (or salud.unm.edu for UNM Health Sciences accounts) email address, and click "Continue." You will be redirected to UNM’s LoboAuth authentication page or the HSC login page, where you will enter your UNM credentials and password.

Once you have successfully logged into your Adobe Creative Cloud account, you have access to cloud-based apps, resources, and file storage. You can also download and install the applications on your personal laptop or desktop (help with downloads and installs). There are also a number of applications that will run on mobile devices. For Desktops and laptops, we recommend installing the Creative Cloud Desktop App available from the Creative Cloud website once you have signed in.

Faculty

  • Sponsored licenses for faculty who want to use the applications for Teaching and Learning purposes are available by requesting access.
  • Departmentally purchased licenses can be made through LoboMart
  • Personally purchased accounts for individual use can be made through https://webstore.unm.edu 

Staff

  • Departmentally purchased licenses can be made through LoboMart
  • Personally purchased accounts for individual use can be made through https://webstore.unm.edu 

More information about licensing and access.