Immediate Action Required:

Update to the latest versions of Creative Cloud Applications from the Creative Cloud Desktop App.

Some users may need to un-install and delete outdated versions. To determine if older versions are installed, please refer to Adobe’s Support article for instructions.

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Sign up for an Adobe Creative Cloud account!
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An Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) account is available to all Penn State students and faculty members, at no additional cost! Through the full suite of Adobe CC products, students and faculty members have access to a host of creative tools for digital imaging, design, web, and video, as well as online services including 20GB of storage.

With these creative tools, students can grow beyond simply understanding how to use technology tools and instead become fluent digital creators. Similarly, Adobe CC programs allow faculty members to innovate in the classroom, and enhance course curriculums. Best of all, the latest updates and new features are available as soon as they’re released. 

Opportunities from
Adobe

Adobe Design Achievement Awards

The Adobe Awards are the world’s premier digital media competition for students and emerging creators. Get exposure to creative leaders and influencers, connect with other young artists and designers, and learn what it takes to land today’s most coveted creative jobs.

Opportunities from
Adobe

Adobe Design Achievement Awards

The Adobe Design Achievement Awards are the world’s premier digital media competition for students and emerging creators. Get exposure to creative leaders and influencers, connect with other young artists and designers, and learn what it takes to land today’s most coveted creative jobs.

Opportunities from
Teaching and Learning
with Technology
and Media Commons

Opportunities from Teaching and Learning with Technology
and Media Commons