Adobe Creative Cloud Suite

The Adobe Creative Cloud suite of applications is available in public Information Technology labs for all UWSP students and employees.

See the information below for how to access Creative Cloud applications.

 Using Creative Cloud Products in Labs and on other Shared Computers

The Adobe Creative Cloud Suite is automatically installed on all licensed shared computers and in all public Information Technology computer labs. 

To request a shared device license for a department lab, classroom, or other workstation, please contact IT Purchasing who will determine if the requested computer qualifies as a shared device under Adobe’s Terms of Service.

To use a Creative Cloud application, all you need to do is open the application and sign in.

  1. Click the Windows Start button and select an Adobe Creative Cloud application from the Adobe folder.
  2. In the Sign in screen that displays, enter your UWSP email address in the email field.  Press Enter or Tab to be redirected to the UWSP sign-in portal. 

 Faculty/Staff Installing Creative Cloud Applications in the Office

IMPORTANT: You must first install the Adobe Creative Cloud application from the Software Center for PCs or Self Service for Macs.

Note: A valid adobe lease must be purchased from IT Purchasing before you will have access to install applications through the Creative Cloud application.

Once the Adobe Creative Cloud application is installed:

  1. Open Adobe Creative Cloud from your Windows Start menu.

  2. You can also double-click the Adobe Creative Cloud shortcut on your Desktop.

  3. In the Sign in screen that displays, enter your UWSP email address in the email field.  Press Enter or Tab to be redirected to the UWSP sign-in portal. 

  4. Sign into your UWSP portal.

  5. In the Creative Cloud window, select All Apps at the left.

  6. Scroll down to select and Install an application.  If no applications are listed, but you have purchased a lease, your updated licensing may not have synced up to Adobe at this time. Please allow up to two hours for changes to sync up to Adobe.

  7. Click Continue.

  8. Wait for the installation progress bar to completely finish.

  9. Click Open to access your installed Creative Cloud application.  

Your new Creative Cloud application is now available from your Windows Start menu, or your Apple Applications folder.

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Learn how to use Adobe Creative Cloud software with tutorials from Adobe Creative Cloud and LinkedIn Learning!

Need help?  Contact the Service Desk!