Our primary usage for Adobe products is in classrooms for the students and the faculty who teach courses which require the software.
Beyond the above needs, we have limited Adobe product licenses available for faculty and staff use and we are collecting use justification for license assignment. This is not a purchase justification and there are currently no costs or charges associated with this justification. We are keeping this information on file for future use and how our licenses are distributed and used.
Please note: this request form is for faculty/staff of the College only. If you are a student, you should make use of this software in one of our computer labs.
For occasional use, the full Adobe Creative Cloud suite is available in many of our computing labs as well as the public computing stations in the Learning Commons.
The following open source packages are no cost alternatives to Adobe products.
GIMP [Photoshop]: a suitable image manipulation tool that can substitute for Photoshop.
darktable [Lightroom]: a good replacement for photograph work with a similar workflow to Adobe Lightroom.
Inkscape [Illustrator]: Open source and cross-platform illustration/vector program.
Krita [Photoshop]: Krita is a professional FREE and open source painting program. It is made by artists that want to see affordable art tools for everyone.
Natron [After Effects]: Open Source Compositing Software For VFX and Motion Graphics.
OpenShot [Premiere]: OpenShot is a free, open source, cross-platform video editor that is a viable replacement for Adobe Premiere.
Synfig [Animate]: A free and open-source 2D animation software.