Adobe is Giving Away Free Creative Cloud Access to Students & Here’s How You Get it
Amid the recent outbreak of COVID-19 there have been many… most people stuck inside their homes. Until we find a vaccine or at least get it under control we may be indoors for the foreseeable future. And Adobe is doing students a favor by giving them free creative cloud access. Which means you can use Photoshop, InDesign, or even Illustrator.
In order to get the free apps your school or college needs to be an education customer. They are offering temporary licenses until May 2020. If you are taking classes that use the software this could be a lifesaver especially since it means that fees are waived. Usually they offer discounted prices to students but if the student was working part time previously to pay for daily expenses then that could be in jeopardy.
If you would like to check out and apply for the temporary license you can do so by clicking here.
If you find that you are not going to a school that meets the requirements then you may want to send an email to your school’s IT department. Even if they are not on campus they should still be working remotely.
It’s really kind of them to extend this offer to students. Especially at a time when there’s not much to do but stay in. Hopefully it means that they can get really used to the software and maybe kickstart their career online. Since you know that’s where the majority of the world will be now… online.