Adobe Creative Cloud

Adobe Systems, Inc.
Product Name: 
Adobe Creative Cloud

Subscription licenses to the most popular Adobe programs available single or in a complete package.  There are two types of licenses available; Device-Based Licenses and Named-User Licenses and it is important to understand the differences between these two license types before ordering. Device-Based licenses are essentially standard, traditional software licenses. Named-User licenses are essentially standard, traditional software, PLUS integrated cloud-based storage functionality similar to that offered by Box, Drive, OneDrive or Dropbox. Departments will each have their own unique VIP Agreement number, with their own anniversary dates and will use their Adobe Console to deploy the licenses. More details about each type of license can be found on our 'How to Order Adobe Creative Cloud Licenses at UCLA' (see below).

License terms and ordering information are available via CalUsource which stores contract information for the UC and CSU systems. UCLA persons with a shibboleth login may access CalUsource, using your Single Sign On (SSO) credentials. If you receive an error message while trying to login to CalUsource, please contact and ask for Campus Viewer Access. Once logged in, please bookmark the site for easy future access.

Ordering Information: 

Reviewing the information at the UCLA Allowable Data Use - Adobe Creative Cloud, Named-User page will reveal a link with information on how to obtain your department's own VIP number in order to procure Adobe Creative Cloud licenses.

Agreement Scope: 
UCLA-only Agreement