Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI)
The ArcGIS system is an integrated geographic information system (GIS) consisting of three key parts: ArcGIS Desktop software, an integrated suite of advanced GIS applications; ArcSDE gateway, an interface for managing geodatabases in a database management system (DBMS) and ArcIMS software, an Internet-based GIS for distributing data and services.
The ESRI site license allows participating departments to install the ArcGIS software on their NMSU owned computers only. Only NMSU faculty, staff and registered students may use this software for instructional, research, and administrative purposes. Use of the licensed programs for profit, private gain, or other commercial use is illegal.
NMSU does not have a home-use agreement for this software.
HOW CAN WE LICENSE OUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT?
For information on participating in this site license, contact:
Hardman and Jacobs ULC, Room 105
Phone: (575) 646-7786
If your dept. already has a license you can check out the software at the Helpdesk in Rm 105 in The Hardman and Jacobs undergraduate learning center. You must bring your NMSU ID and an index number to cover the checkout of the software.