UNT-discounted Adobe CC subscription licenses

Students: Interested in a discount to Adobe® Creative Cloud™?

Deeply discounted subscription!

Buy your own personal subscription to use 24/7, Sept. 1, 2023, through Aug. 31, 2024!

Adobe logo, red and whiteThis offer is available to students currently enrolled through UNT — including the main flagship campus in Denton, Discovery Park and UNT at Frisco.
UNT Health Science Center and UNT Dallas students should contact their institutions to learn about their campus options.

UNT faculty and staff with questions about Adobe CC should contact their local IT Service Desk.

Important Note: Students with current subscriptions may renew until after Aug. 31. On Sept. 1, 2022, they can purchase the renewal. There is a grace period for anyone who needs to renew, so they will not lose their access if they purchase by 11:59 p.m. on Sept. 30.

Don't I already have Adobe CC? What is this?

Adobe CC is available to all UNT students only while they are on campus and using a computer in a Student Computer Lab during the lab's normal hours of operation at no additional cost.

When you want to use Adobe CC software off campus or outside of regular lab hours, this personal subscription to Adobe CC offered at a deeply discounted institutional price will give you access.

A personal subscription offers additional benefits: 

  • Access to Adobe CC 24/7.
  • Allows you to install and activate Adobe CC on your personal computer. The subscription lets you activate Adobe CC on up to two computers simultaneously.
  • Allows you to use the Adobe CC apps on student-checkout computers available through the  UNT Libraries and elsewhere on campus.
  • Allows you to use the Adobe CC apps in UNT remote-access computer labs and classrooms — contact your academic department for more information.
  • Grants 100 gigabytes of cloud storage hosted by Adobe for your files.
  • Includes Adobe applications for mobile devices.

What applications does a personal subscription include?

All Adobe CC applications are included in this subscription, including those for mobile devices.

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How much?

Subscription Price: $55.55 ($50 plus a one-time processing fee of $5.55) through Aug. 31, 2022. Compare that to the individual student plan offered by Adobe® which is $239.88 per year, or $19.99 per month with a 12-month obligation for the first year and increases to $29.99 per month after the first year. 

I already purchased an Adobe CC subscription through Adobe. How can I take advantage of this offer instead?

Adobe will allow you to opt out of a previous agreement with no further obligation and without an early termination fee after you purchase a subscription through this program — if you contact them within 14 days of purchasing a subscription through this agreement. Adobe will not provide a refund but the remaining months will be waived. Visit the UNT web store and look for full details and information in the FAQ section.

Licenses are limited: Act quickly!

Important: Subscriptions at this price are limited. Interested students are encouraged to make a purchase soon.

How do I buy a subscription?

Visit the UNT on the Hub web store. American Express, Mastercard and Visa are accepted. Get Adobe CC for UNT students: One academic year for $55.55!


Read the Frequently Asked Questions section on the UNT web store for details and more information.

Contact Information

  1. UNT Academic IT: untadobe@unt.edu
  2. Adobe Customer Care: 1-800-833-6687 | Adobe website chat

Internet connection required. Syncing functionality requires a separate download and agreement to additional terms. Adobe online services, including the Adobe CC service, are available only to users 13 and older and require agreement to additional terms and Adobe’s (https://www.adobe.com/misc/privacy.html) online privacy policy. The applications and online services are not available in all countries or languages, may require user registration, and may be subject to change or discontinuation without notice. Additional fees or membership charges may apply.