The free Adobe pilot period has ended, and a limited number of students can purchase a subscription today.
The program, called Adobe@UFApps, works like the free pilot program offered since November, Patrick White, a UF Computing Help Desk end user support specialist, wrote in an email.
White said the program is accessible through apps.ufl.edu and can be used anywhere with Internet access on just about any device, just like the pilot program.
It costs $35 for the duration of the subscription period. It includes Adobe Creative Cloud software, including Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe InDesign CC and Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
White said the university negotiated a contract with Adobe to broaden access to its products. The contract included a limit of 3,000 subscriptions.
Interested students can go to the UF Computing Help Desk in the Hub to sign up, he said. This includes the 400 people who participated in the pilot.
Tara Thomson, a UF advertising junior, said she took advantage of the Adobe pilot to create a newsletter for a design class.
“It came at a useful time,” the 21-year-old said. “But I haven’t needed it since.”
Jameson Johnston, the UF Information Technology manager, said there was great feedback.
“It gave us the information needed to make the program successful,” he said.
[A version of this story ran on page 3 on 2/26/2015 under the headline “Adobe pilot ends, now available at lower fee”]