Adobe ETLA (Enterprise Term Licensing Agreement)
The Adobe ETLA offers NMSU departments, faculty, and staff the the most up-to-date version of Adobe Creative Cloud* applications and Acrobat pro for a very low price.
In order to enroll in the ETLA for the Creative Cloud or Acrobat you will need to provide an index number and agree to Adobe and NMSU’s terms for using the software.
You can enroll for and download Adobe Creative Cloud or Adobe Acrobat Document Cloud from our web store at nmsu.onthehub.com and register using your NMSU email address.
Enter your official NMSU email address in this format: email@example.com
DO NOT enter a subdomain such as ad, cs, dacc, psl, etc. — which looks like this: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once registered you will receive an email so you can complete your registration. Once you have completed your registration you can purchase and download an installation on the web-store using a department index Number.
**Please keep record of the password your create for your account. The password you create on the web store is independent from your NMSU account password.**
Before installing/purchasing any software make sure your computer can install and run the software. If you are unsure if your computer can run Adobe applications please go here to see the system requirements.
The index you provide will be charged annually for three years or for however long remains on NMSU’s term agreement with Adobe. Once the term ends you will be able to opt out of your agreement if you no longer wish to participate in the ETLA, once you have dis-enrolled you will need to remove all Creative Cloud applications.
The Creative Cloud comes with the following applications:
- Acrobat Pro
- Flash pro
- Premiere Pro
- Edge Animate
- After Effects
- Flash Builder
All licenses purchased through this program are subscription term licenses and are property of New Mexico State University until our agreement with Adobe ends.
It is illegal to copy Adobe software media.
*Creative Cloud applications are installed locally on your desktop and are not hosted in the cloud.