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CSU, Adobe reach contract. Fresno State students have access to Creative Cloud

The California State University system has negotiated a contract with Adobe that gives enrolled Fresno State students access to Creative Cloud software.

The software applications can be used for graphic design, video editing, web development and photography. The Creative Cloud licenses are being installed in labs of the College of Arts and Humanities as well as Henry Madden Library computers, according to a message to the campus from the office of Provost and Vice President of Student Affairs.

Individual students can purchase a license valid for one year for $35. Click this link to log into your Fresno State portal and make the purchase. The license can be installed on two devices per user. Adobe provided training resources, which can be accessed here.

Correction: This story has been updated to say that a Creative Cloud license can be installed on two devices per user, not one. 

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