Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) is now available to all Bethune-Cookman faculty and staff members at no additional cost. Through the full suite of Adobe CC products, faculty and staff members have access to a host of creative tools for digital imaging, design, web, and video, as well as online services including 20GB of storage. Best of all, Faculty and Staff can also access Adobe Creative Cloud at home using their B-CU username and password.
Adobe Creative Cloud provides digital media creation and design-related software applications and services, including Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Animate, Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Muse.
Platforms: Windows, Mac (OS 10.9+)
Office Computers: Faculty/staff office computers have access to Adobe’s Creative Cloud Portal through the Creative Cloud App. This application must first be installed In order to allow the Adobe CC products to be installed on your computer (even if you don’t have administrative rights on your computer). As a faculty or staff member, you must sign in to the Adobe CC App using the ‘Enterprise ID’ method (not ‘Adobe ID’). This login method involves be redirected to a secondary login page where you will need to enter your @cookman.edu username and password – similar to your log in to Office 365 and Lynda.com.
Personal Computers: For personal computers, faculty and staff members must visit the Adobe CC Portal and sign-in using the ‘Enterprise ID’ method. Then select your desired Adobe CC product and click the “install” button. Users are allowed two (2) active concurrent licenses which are used on your office and/or home computers. If you decide to install Adobe CC on a third device, you may do that, but one of the existing two (2) active licenses will be reassigned to the new device. Reactivate Adobe CC on the device that no longer has an active license by simply signing into the Creative Cloud App on that device.
Computer Labs: Adobe CC products are installed on all computer lab workstations, making them available for faculty, staff, and students to use. NOTE: The Creative Cloud applications installed on lab machines use a serialized license that does not require signing-in. Under the university’s Enterprise agreement with Adobe, students are allowed to use Creative Cloud on lab machines utilizing the serialized license.
If you have any questions or need help, contact the CIT HelpDesk at (386) 481-2070, email firstname.lastname@example.org.