University of North Texas
If you have questions or woud like more information on the Adobe Creative Cloud UNT Student Subscriptions, please visit the UNT VPAA Academic Technolgies website
Please review the information below before purchasing a UNT Student Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription. Once you have read the section below, click on the Sign In button at the top right of this page to begin. If you are eligible for this offer, the Adobe subscription will appear under the Product Search window above.
If you purchased a subscription for the previous Academic Year: You will need to wait until September 1st before you can renew. The official expiration date of that subscription is August 31st, so the webstore will not let you purchase a new subscription until it has expired. You will have through September 7th before the account is deactivated, as long as you renew between September 1st and September 7th there will not be a break in your service.
If this is your first time buying a subscription through our program - you may purchase beginning on August 15th.
Special Terms and Conditions
This is an educational institution subscription. To maintain your access to the software and services provided by the subscription you must remain actively enrolled as a student at the institution. The subscription will be active until next August 31st, unless your status as a student at UNT changes before this date. If you withdraw from UNT at any time before then, your subscription will be deactivated at that time. If you do not enroll in at least one course at UNT during the spring semester your subscription will be terminated on or after the 12th class day of the semester. If you maintain your enrollment at UNT during both the fall and spring semesters, your subscription will remain active until August 31st: you do not need to be enrolled in summer courses for the account to remain active during the summer.
Regardless on when you purchase a subscription, it will expire on August 31st as long as you maintain your active student status as described above. We are not able to offer prorated prices or refunds. The price of the subscription through this offer is the same as the price we receive from Adobe: we are not selling the subscriptions for profit.
When you graduate or leave UNT you may offboard this account to Adobe. After offboarding, your files will be transferred to a free Adobe-hosted personal account. Personal accounts are not eligible for any UNT-negotiated discounts so your subscription will end at that time. While the personal Adobe accounts are free, you must purchase a subscription in order to use the applications. If you are leaving UNT and are not ready to start a new subscription with Adobe right away, you can still offboard to preserve your files in the cloud. For more information, please see the Adobe website on Student Asset Migration
Frequently Asked Questions
After I purchase, when does my subscription begin?
Accounts are activated automatically approximately 15 minutes after purchase.
Do I need to wait for an activation or confirmation email?
No. The account is activated immediately: there isn’t an activation email.
How do I use my new subscription? How do I log in to Adobe Creative Cloud?
You will need to login with your UNT email address, and specifying that it is a Company or School Account. See the image below to see how the login process works. Click on the image to enlarge.
I am currently paying Adobe for a monthly subscription, which is much more expensive even at their educational price, to Adobe Creative Cloud. Can I change my subscription?
Once you purchase a subscription through our program (yes, it is 75% less expensive through the UNT offer) you have 14 days to contact Adobe and opt-out of any existing agreement without any further obligation: this is explicitly written into our agreement with Adobe. This is not an account transfer, you will get a new account
. You will want to back up your files in the Adobe Cloud before cancelling and copy them to the Adobe Cloud in your new account. For information on contacting Adobe to cancel, you can look here