Adobe Creative Cloud is a service that gives users access to the Adobe suite of software for graphic design, video editing, web development applications, and cloud services.
The Creative Cloud suite gives access to:
- Acrobat Pro
- Photoshop Pro
- 100GB of storage on Creative Cloud
- and many more!
Who can access?
Adobe Creative Cloud is available to all active students and employees. Alumni and former employees are not licensed to use Adobe Creative Cloud through Loyola, however, may purchase their own personal subscriptions.
To install Adobe Creative Cloud please visit Adobe.com.
Adobe Creative Cloud is available on Loyola Windows PCs through Software Center and through Self Service on Macs. If you need assistance installing Adobe Creative Cloud on a Loyola owned machine please contact the Help Center at 410-617-5555 or email OTS@loyola.edu.
Signing in to Adobe Creative Cloud
All active students and employees are automatically licensed for Creative Cloud. To activate your license, you need to sign in to any of the installed Adobe applications on your computer. Please choose to “Sign in with an Enterprise Account” and log in with your Loyola username and password. You can activate up to two devices with your account. For employees this includes Loyola devices or personal devices. If you attempt to license more than two devices, you will be prompted to sign out of the other two devices. In labs and classrooms at Loyola, you are still required to log in to activate the software, however these devices do not count against the two device limit. Lab and classroom devices will prompt reminders to log out after 90 minutes.
Online tutorials for Adobe Creative Cloud are available through short informational videos as well as full courses via LinkedIn Learning, Loyola's online training partner. Example courses include:
- Learning the Adobe Creative Cloud
- Photoshop CC 2019 Essential Training
- Illustrator CC 2019 Essential Training
- InDesign: Working with Photoshop and Illustrator
- many more!
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