This article explains how to get software at the University Of Chicago. This includes site licensed software and how to purchase discounted software at the Solution Center.
A site license is a way to gain a bulk discount when purchasing many copies of a given piece of software. Through the University of Chicago's Site Licensing office, a variety of software is available to University community members at a discounted rate – and sometimes at no charge! To see a list of the software available to students, faculty and staff, visit here. Additional software is available under volume licensing but from the Solution Center.
IT Services offers several ways students, faculty and staff can purchase software (and hardware) at educational rates. Volume licensing is available from the Solution Center for such titles as Adobe, Endnote, Parallels and Microsoft Select licensing. You can visit the Solution Center on the third floor of the University bookstore for help with purchasing software. You can purchase software online from the TechStore. To learn more about purchasing discounted software and hardware from the University, visit here.