People with .edu emails can get Adobe products, i.e. All of Creative Cloud, as well as other stuff here. This is just a reminder, this has been here for quite a bit now I think.
See previous post for more discussion and details
Edit. Link for VIC. Discussion
Trying with Uni edu email. Doesn't seem to work for me.
Maybe only for Tafe and Government High Schools?
The adobe.onthehub.com works for the ANU and costs $13.99/yr
How do you get that? When I check the onthehub page, it says 20 usd per month?
using a anu.edu email address.
@Fred: Hi Fred, just tried still shows 20USD. Am I wrong steps? I cannot see any registration link on adobe.onthehub.com .So I registered on the estore.onthehub.com (with ANU email). But the account can be only use in estore.onthehub.com and price still$35aud /month, cant login in on the adobe.onthehub.com
@hsia: Send me a message.
@Fred: @Fred is this still a deal for anu? I used to access but can't find the cheap annual option anymore.
Primary as well
All NSW government students including K-6 have an email account. @education.nsw.gov.au
Oh man I really wish VIC had this 😭
Pretty sure state schools in VIC do. https://fuse.education.vic.gov.au/ResourcePackage/LandingPag...
Victorian government secondary schools have access to the Adobe Creative Cloud Apps (for school-owned devices) and Design and Web K-12 Collection (for student owned devices).
The Department has licensed this software for secondary schools from the start of Term 3, 2017 until the end of March 2019. - http://fusecontent.education.vic.gov.au/fdb3677f-6b4b-4ca8-b...
This is only for school kids attending public schools
Some private schools have it too
Yeah private have it if the school has paid for the licensing for each student.
How does the Adobe cloud work since it's not a perpetual licence?
It expires once the student graduated from the school?
It needs to be renewed every twelve months.
How about WA student?
The one whose first language doesn’t have plurality.
Vic has this as well. Need to install it via the Edustar portal (will also need Edupass credentials - your @schools.edu.au address).
Hi thewarden, we are in Vic and can't get it working. Can you give more instructions please?
Just wondering do primary school kids actually use illustrator and photoshop?
I've used Photoshop with Year 5 & 6 students. Planning on Illustrator this year, if we return in time for some laser cutting projects.
DoE staff also have this, but need to pay $13.99 a year + GST
Nothing like that for SA students or staff… best we've got is Office 365 (and we've only just rolled that out to all staff and students).
QLD don't have this. It's merely a dream up here.
My daughters high school has access to adobe products costs me $25 a year which is good for photoshop and illustrator not sure if it’s dependent on the school or if it’s an education dept thing might be worth asking about though
Yep, the school pays for the license and basically recoups the money via a fee. (I have a great understanding of how this works for EQ schools.😉)
Sadly, it's not free for every student though like NSW and Victoria.
In Vic, the primary school kids don’t have emails, or at least many schools don’t issue them
@jv: Really, that's terrible if true!
If the EQ school is charging $25, they are making a profit. The cost to the school is $9.90 ex GST per user per year.
@blamesociety: This only changed in February this year and they were late getting the details to schools about how it would all work. Up until then $25 was the rate.
Source: I'm a teacher :)
@djmatt24: The pricing was released to schools on 04/12/19 by Data#3. Before that, the site licence was $25 per staffing FTE for the design and web package, and the complete package was $53 per FTE. The BYOx design and web package was free, and complete was $25. If schools were charging $25 to students to install on BYOx, then fair play. If they were charging $25 for the privilege of using it at school, they were making a profit. If they are still charging $25 now, they are making a profit. Source: I'm the Head of IT in an EQ school.
Oh… Not for Uni student?
UQ has this for free at the moment for all students because of covid19, couldn't figure out how to get it though but didn't try that hard
Here's the link, only valid until May
Same with the uni I work for, but only for selected students who actually require the software for their studies i.e. Business students won't have access to it
Maybe worth getting a .edu domain name. Looks like they cost a bit at USD160 a year. Anyone know the process? Probably will be too many headaches and costs will make it not worth it.
If you could even create one you would have to sign a deal with adobe to provide members of your domain with access. I believe the licenses are paid for upfront at $25/yr and there is no doubt a minimum order number. If you have plans on reselling these they would probably catch you out and you would be spending in the red for quite some time before you get enough people to buy through you.
Can’t do it
.edu is reserved through the domain name registration process
edu.au domains cost $80 for 2 years. You need an ABN and the process is manually verified to see if you are eligible.
Important to note that access to this is for edu use only and must not be used for work that generates revenue for profit.
Perhaps, but pretty hard to enforce in most instances.
PSA: This link says it's $20pa for NT students and $100pa for NT staff
Schools should be able to get this cheaper, ie $8 and $32 student/staff.
Depends if they have a licensing agreement or not
Anyone know how to get for uni emails?
Go to a uni that gives you free Adobe Creative Cloud
Try simply putting your email into Adobe sign in and see if they have enterprise login setup
Does anyone know if the $5.95 Extended Access Guarantee is useful to upgrade? Thanks.
Thanks OP, got it for $14 + gst for 12 months under staff email. Crazy good value, Adobe Cloud sub is like $1000 year normal price.
Just tried to redeem Creative Cloud with my child's public school email account. Access was denied when I entered the date of birth as the product can't be provided to someone under 13 without parental consent. I don't know where to indicate parental consent is given.
this is a bit of a stretch but does it work if you still have access to your uni email?
Anyone know how I can get my sons email password? He goes to a public school in NSW. He's in year 1. I don't think he has used it before, however it would have it. I also an cautious about asking the school what it is so I can take advantange of his software lol. But if it comes to that, I guess that's the only option. Not sure if there he a first time log in procedure or anything.
Have you tried asking your son what the password is?
yeah he had no idea. ill call the DET support tomorrow and ask how to get in.
No longer avaliable?
If you go to creativecloud.Adobe.com and sign in with your school account, you can get the same thing now.
Tried this with both my children's NSW Education logins and received the message "We couldn't find an account with that email address."
Has anyone had success with this new method?
Finally figured it out.
You will need to login using your child's email account in the following format:
For more information about the new process in 2021, visit: