The purpose of this page is to enable all UCL Staff to have quick and easy access to information on the Adobe CLP Agreement. This page will be updated if and when changes are made to the agreement.
What is a Adobe CLP Agreement?
The Adobe CLP Agreement is an agreement that gives UCL a discount on perpetual Adobe products. The discount is tier based, depending on our Adobe spend each year.
When does the Adobe CLP Agreement start?
This is an ongoing agreement
What products are available to purchase?
The Adobe CLP Agreement enables UCL to purchase the following products:
- Acrobat Professional
- Photoshop Elements
- Premiere Elements
What about New Releases?
Each new release of a major version will require a new purchase.
How to acquire other Adobe products
It is necessary to note that the Adobe CLP Agreement does not include all Adobe products. You need to purchase these products as before from the IT purchasing team. We have an ETLA with Adobe that gives us discounts on Adobe Creative cloud.
Adobe’s "Upgrade/Downgrade" Policy
You can downgrade your purchased license of the product to a previous version, however there is no upgrade path and a new license will need to be purchased for a new version
Home Use by staff
The Adobe CLP agreement permits secondary user rights for UCL staff to install a purchased license on a personal machine for work related purposes as long as both are not used concurrently.
Students can use the software on any machines, owned or leased by University College London that reside on the premises. Students are not permitted to have copies of UCL Adobe licenses on their machines.
The Adobe CLP agreement does not provide any support. The Servicedesk can provide limited assistance for products forming part of its services and they can be contacted on ext 25000 or email IT Services.
What happens when the Adobe CLP Agreement expires?
The CLP agreement does not expire.
You can obtain further information relating to the Adobe CLP Agreement by contacting the IT Purchasing team