Utah has a statewide agreement with Adobe for their Creative Suite software. The project, called Create UT, is for students in grades 7-12 and all Utah faculty/staff whose school or district has completed and returned a Participation Agreement with UETN. (Note: Licensing for Higher Education is under a separate agreement.)
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How to Participate
Onboarding begins with a signed Participation Agreement. Participating charter schools or districts should complete the Agreement Request Form listing the person authorized to sign an agreement on behalf of the district or charter school. A Participation Agreement will then be sent for electronic signatures.
For FY2020 (July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020) license fees are paid through appropriation from the Utah State Legislature. Schools that participated in the first pilot year are now under the new license agreement, and should complete and return the Participation Agreement form.
The Create UT partners will seek funding for additional years. In the event that legislative funding is not authorized, participating institutions will be responsible for their costs or given the option to withdraw from the agreement. This is detailed in the Participation Agreement.
Take advantage of Adobe Creative Cloud through Create UT to get access to:
Each participating institution will identify a local Adobe software administrator responsible for authorizing accounts and providing front-line support.
For Adobe support all Teachers should contact their local School or District IT support teams. If your issue needs further troubleshooting your IT teams have access to Adobe Support.