Adobe Creative Cloud free to students until May 31

Adobe is now offering its Creative Cloud Service to students at no cost until the end of May. Users can visit https://creativecloud.adobe.com and sign in to download and install apps. 

Adobe Creative Cloud is a suite of integrated tools that include Spark, Photoshop, and Acrobat, just to name a few. Adobe has extensive resources that you can visit online to learn more about Adobe Creative Cloud and see the full list of available applications. 

You will log in using your existing Ohio State credentials as your Adobe ID. You can also use your Adobe account log in to access other Adobe mobile products that are free to the public, such as Photoshop Express. Instructions are as follows: 

Computer Web Browser

  1. Go to https://creativecloud.adobe.com  
  2. Enter your ohio state name.#@buckeyemail.osu.edu and click “Continue”
  3. The Ohio State login page will load. (If the login page does not load, close your browser and start over.)
  4. Log in with your Ohio State Username and password.
  5. Authenticate your account with BuckeyePass powered by Duo
  6. You will now have access to the Adobe Creative Cloud website. You can work online or download the desktop apps to your device.

iPad & iPhone Apps

  1. Download the Adobe mobile app from the app store and open it.
  2. Enter your name.#@buckeyemail.osu.edu
  3. The Ohio State login page will load. ((If the login page does not load, close your browser and start over.)
  1. Log in with your Ohio State Username and Password.
  2. Authenticate your account with BuckeyePass powered by Duo.
  3. You will now have access to the Adobe Creative Cloud website. You can work online or download the desktop apps to your device.

Consult the IT Service Desk for additional help with technology concerns. The IT Service Desk offers 24-hour support, seven days a week, via email and phone.

Phone: 614-688-4357
Emailservicedesk@osu.edu
Self-Service and Chat support: ocio.osu.edu/help
Text Telephone for the Deaf: 614-688-8743

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