Adobe Creative Cloud

Sometime this semester Adobe software licensing will transition from a computer-based model to a user-based model.  DTS is working with Adobe to improve how users acquire and access Adobe products in order to provide the best possible software solutions for our students and staff.  DTS will handle any necessary changes to your system while we make the transition.

Some examples of Adobe products are Photoshop, Lightroom, and Acrobat Pro (DC).  Please note that Acrobat Reader is a FREE program that is not impacted by any licensing.  Click here for a full list of the Adobe Creative Cloud software.


Your installed Adobe products will still be the same software and will operate the same way. The only change will be how they are activated.  In the future, you will use your district credentials to sign in to Adobe Creative Cloud to activate the software on a given computer.

More detailed instructions will be posted to this support article as DTS and Adobe work on this transition.

2 thoughts on “Adobe Creative Cloud

  1. Not happy with this. It won’t let me sign in OR sign up. Tells me I need permission to even access the form to enroll, or I get a message that I need to license the product. I don’t see why we had to “improve” this. Now I have hundreds of useless Adobe files.

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