Available Software

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This page lists out the software available to current Students, Faculty, and Staff of The University of Akron.

Note: For a guide to download the software listed please click here.


Eligibility for the select licensing agreements

You are not eligible if you are:

  • A student admitted or enrolled who have not paid their fees.
  • Anyone enrolled exclusively in non-credit courses.
  • An Alumni
  • A Visitor
  • A Retired, Volunteer or Faculty and Staff no longer employed by the university.
  • An individual not directly employed by the university.
  • A third party contractor or employee who has been hired for services on or off campus.


Student / Home Use

ChemDraw

  • ChemDraw v17.0

Impatica

  • Impatica for PowerPoint 4 for Windows and Mac

JMP

  • JMP® Pro 14.2 for Windows

Kurzweil 3000

  • Kurzweil 3000 for Windows and Mac

Matlab

  • MATLAB® R2019b

Microsoft

  • Microsoft Office 365
    • Free access to Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, and more as long as you are currently a Student, Faculty, or Staff.
  • Windows 10 Education - $60
  • Windows 8.1 Professional - $60
  • Office Home & Business 2019 (Student Option) - $60
    • Compatible only with Windows 10 and MacOS
  • Office Professional Plus 2019 (PC Only) - $60
    • Compatible only with Windows 10
  • Office Professional Plus 2016 (PC Only) - $60
  • Office Home & Business 2016 for Mac - $60

Minitab

  • Minitab 19 for Windows 32-bit/64-bit and Mac

Respondus

  • StudyMate Author

SAS

  • SAS 9.4 Workstation/Server for Windows 32-bit/64-bit and Linux 64-bit

SolidWorks

  • SolidWorks Education Edition

Other Software

  • There may also be additional pieces of software available to Students, so make sure to check the Software Downloads page. If you're not sure where the Software Downloads page is located, you can follow the first part of the tutorial that can be found by clicking here to get there.

Departmental

Faculty and Staff have access to many of the same sources as students, but also more. You can figure out what sources you have access to by visiting the Software Downloads page. If you don't know how to get there, you can follow the first part of this guide.