Download The Creative Cloud App
To get started, download the Creative Cloud desktop application. This is where applications are launched and updated, and where you can manage and share any assets you've created and stored to the Cloud.
- Visit adobe.com.
- Click Sign In in the upper right corner.
- Enter your uNID@utah.edu in the email address field and click Continue.
- You may see a screen asking you to Select an Account. Select the Company or School account.
- You will be re-directed to the University of Utah authentication page. Enter your uNID and password.
- Under Creative Cloud, click the Open button.
- On the Creative Cloud home page, click Install Creative Cloud App link, under the Quick Links section.
- Once the download has finished, it should open automatically. If it doesn't, locate the file and launch it.
Select and Install Application
Now that you've downloaded the Creative Cloud desktop application, you can download as many or as few Adobe CC applications to your computer as you would like.
- Log in with your uNID and password, if prompted.
- From the Apps tab, choose the application(s) you would like to install on your computer and click its Install button.
- Log in, if prompted.
Use some of the world's most
in-demand professional applications
Vector graphics editor
Design and layout for publishing
Film and video editor
Visual effects and motion graphics
User experience design
PDF documents and forms
Web design and development
Eligibility For Use
Students enrolled part-time or full-time in a degree-granting program or an academic
course of study conducted by the university are permitted to download, install, activate,
and use this software for university academic purposes. This includes students enrolled
at the University of Utah Asia Campus.
You may install and use as many or as few applications as you like, as long as as you meet the eligibility requirements. If you receive an error message indicating your trial has expired, please contact the Help Desk at 801-581-4000, ext. 1.
This software can be deployed only in the United States, Canada, Mexico, or South Korea. International Study Abroad students are not eligible to participate in this program.
If you already have the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop app installed on your computer, please see the Transition to Enterprise ID Instructions.
All current employees or independent contractors whose primary job duties consist of providing educational instructions to students or current employees that provide administrative support to the education operations of faculty.
Retired faculty and staff members are not eligible.
Department IT administrators are key to the deployment of the Adobe Campus Agreement apps to department owned computers. Through the use of the Adobe Admin Console, IT administrators create, download, and deploy those apps to their department computers. The deployment method is determined by the network environment.
There are two methods of deployment:
- Named user licenses
- managed through the Admin Console
- Non-managed computers (end-users manage the computer and have rights to install software)
- Shared device licenses for computer labs and classrooms
- Customized install packages created in the Admin Console
- Department managed computers (department IT manages computers)
- University owned/leased computers in classrooms & computer labs
Access to Adobe Resources
The primary department IT administrator needs to request access to the Adobe Admin Console and the Adobe folder on Box by completing the Vendor Access Management survey.
- Adobe Enterprise Help Hub
- Administration User Guide (relevant for OSL administrators)
- Packaging User Guide (relevant for IT administrators)
- Adobe Creative Cloud (relevant for OSL & IT administrators)
- Deployment Planning
- Deployment Panel
- Packaging User Guide
Adobe folder on Box.utah.edu (Agreement information)
- Managed and maintained by OSL administrators
- Instructions for Adobe Admin Console