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Microsoft Campus Agreement

Carnegie Mellon participates in the Microsoft Campus Agreement, an annual license agreement that provides the following software to university owned computers and, with restrictions identified below, to personally owned computers.

  • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 for Windows (Access, Excel, InfoPath, Lync, Outlook with Business Contact Manager, Publisher, OneNote, PowerPoint, SharePoint Workspace, Word)
  • Microsoft Office Professional for Macintosh (Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Word)
  • 32-bit or 64-bit operating system (upgrades only): Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8 Professional
  • Microsoft Core Client Access Licenses (CAL), includes Client Access Licenses for Windows, Exchange, Lync, Forefront Endpoint Protection, System Center Configuration Manager, SharePoint.

Campuses covered by this license:  Campuses located in North America

License holder: Computing Services

Quantity licensed: Covers all university owned/leased Macintosh and Windows computer and one computer of either type owned by a Student, Faculty, or Staff member  

Available for: Windows and Macintosh

Who can install it: Faculty, Staff, and  Students (includes adjunct faculty members and part-time employees)

Eligible equipment: University owned/ leased computers on campus/ at home.  Students can install one copy on personally owned machines

Type of license: Annual, June 1 renewal

Cost to users: The annual fee is share by the colleges, computing services, SEI, and centaral administrative offices

Where to get it: Purchase media from the Computer Store.

License code required: Yes. It is provided with the purchase of media

Getting help using it: Contact the Help Center, contact information is listed under "Support Contact" on this page

Restrictions: Use for academic, non-commercial purposes only. Software must be removed from computers if annual payment is not made. 

Individual use rights upon termination of affiliation:  All copies must be deleted upon termination of affliation with Carnegie Mellon University