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Software

Clemson University offers its faculty, staff and students an array of different software packages that have a site license or are available to purchase at an educational discount.

Software Licenses

See current software that is available on campus and find out if they are site licensed or available for purchase.

If you need a particular piece of software and don't see it on the Software List, you can inquire by sending an email to licensing@clemson.edu. This will generate an IT help ticket to track your issue. You'll receive an update to your ticket instructing you how to download the software in question or in some cases, be directed to your area consultant for installation. If you need to purchase a license, we will send you a quote and will need your funding source information to proceed.

Software Downloads

CCIT offers several methods to download software. Software Center is available on all imaged computers under the Start Menu in a folder labeled "Microsoft System Center" and also at download.clemson.edu. Either method requires Clemson University credentials.

Commonly used software in the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business

  • Adobe Acrobat DC
    Through a partnership with Adobe, Clemson is now licensed for the complete Adobe Creative Cloud. The software can be downloaded via Software Center on all imaged computers. For install on a non-domain joined machine (i.e., personal machine), you must download from the Adobe Creative Cloud site. Instructions can be found here.
  • Amos
    Amos enables you to specify, estimate, assess and present models to show hypothesized relationships among variables. The software lets you build models more accurately than with standard multivariate statistics techniques. Users can choose either the graphical user interface or non-graphical, programmatic interface. SPSS Amos allows you to build attitudinal and behavioral models that reflect complex relationships.
  • Endnote

    EndNote is a commercial reference management software package used to manage bibliographies and references when writing essays and articles. It is made by Thomson Scientific. The license for Endnote must be purchased from the CU Computer Store,864-656-1563.

    Once the license has been purchased, enter a request for installation by your College Consultant by emailing ithelp@clemson.edu.

  • Maple

    Maple is site licensed here at Clemson University for faculty and staff. It is a computer program that does a variety of symbolic, numeric and graphical computations. It also has a programming environment with a syntax similar to Pascal. It is possible to look at the source for most of the Maple commands, and experienced programmers can add their own modifications and extensions.

    The software can be access via:

    • Software Center
    • Windows R: mapped drive (\\software.clemson.edu\software)
    • SMB Mount (Mac and Linux) smb://software.clemson.edu/software
  • Mathematica

    Mathematica is site-licensed at Clemson University for faculty and staff. It is a general computer software system and language intended for mathematical and other applications. Mathematica is a general computing environment organizing many algorithmic, visualization and user interface capabilities within a document-like user interface paradigm. It was originally conceived by Stephen Wolfram, developed by a team of mathematicians and programmers that he assembled and led, and it is sold by his company Wolfram Research of Champaign, Illinois.

    The software can be accessed via:

    • Software Center
    • Windows R: mapped drive (\\software.clemson.edu\software)
    • SMB Mount (Mac and Linux) smb://software.clemson.edu/software
  • Matlab

    Matlab is site licensed at Clemson University for faculty and staff. It is a data-manipulation software designed in an interactive environment for numerical computation, visualization and programming.

    Find a list of toolboxes here and instructions on how to activate here.

    The software can be accessed via:

    For technical support on installation, please call 1-508-647-7000. The Mathworks desk is open from 8:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. EST.

  • Minitab

    Minitab is site-licensed at Clemson University for faculty and staff. It is a general-purpose, highly interactive, statistical computing system designed especially for students and researchers who have little or no previous experience with computers or statistical applications.

    The software can be access via:

    • Software Center
    • Windows R: mapped drive (\\software.clemson.edu\software)
    • SMB Mount (Mac and Linux) smb://software.clemson.edu/software
  • Nvivo

    Nvivo is available to purchase. It is a program that allows you to analyze audio, video, pictures and documents. It works with almost any data to include Word documents, databases, spreadsheets, audio files, PDF's and more. With the new version of Nvivo, which is Nvivo 10, users can even analyze social media sights, such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, using the new NCapture feature.

    To order the software, go through your department's Administrative Assistant to have them put in a ticket by emailing ithelp@clemson.edu requesting a license along with the department's purchasing code. Once the license has been purchased, a College Consultant will coordinate with you to schedule a time to have the software installed.

  • Oracle

    Oracle is not site licensed, however, there are licenses available for campus use. Oracle is a simple but powerful application used by faculty and staff to filter and download database data into Excel from the Student Data Warehouse. The Student Data Warehouse is a web-based reporting tool that provides faculty and staff easy access to student information. Oracle allows more flexibility to the user to filter the information.

    If you would like to have this application installed, please email ithelp@clemson.edu.

  • Respondus

    Respondus Lockdown Browser is a custom browser that locks down the testing environment within Blackboard, ANGEL, Desire2Learn, WebCT or Moodle. Students are locked into the assessment and are unable to print, copy, go to another URL or access other applications.

    The software can be accessed via:

  • SAS

    SAS is free for the College of Business for the 2017-2018 year, but a form for purchase must still be filled out for license auditing.

    SAS is available for purchase. SAS is a very powerful analytical application mainly used by users in the Economics department to analyze large data sets. The license is valid for a period of one year from August to August. Unfortunately, the license cannot be pro-rated. In order to renew or purchase a license for SAS, please see your department's Administrative Assistant. They will then fill out the SAS license form and attach it to an ithelp ticket so that it can be emailed to the appropriate department.

    Find more information and downloadable forms here. Once the license has been purchased, enter a request for installation by your College Consultant by emailing ithelp@clemson.edu.

  • SPSS

    SPSS is site licensed at Clemson University for faculty and staff. It is predictive analytics software. With it, you can predict what will happen next, solve problems and improve outcomes. Version 27 for Windows/Mac/Linux is licensed for an unlimited number of installs on any Clemson-owned computer.

    Clemson is authorized to use the keyed version SPSS only on computers that are owned or leased by Clemson University.

    Please enter a request for installation by your College Consultant by emailing ithelp@clemson.edu.

    For the license server version. Go to download.clemson.edu and install from there. Users will have to connect to the Clemson VPN when off campus to use the software.

  • Stata

    Stata is available for purchase. It is a completely integrated statistical package that provides data analysis, data management and graphics. Stata has many features such as multilevel mixed models, exact logistic regression, multiple correspondence analysis, a graph editor and time and date variables. All software packages include PDF documentation and are available for Windows, Mac and Unix. Stata is available in the public labs under a 40 seat floating license.

    The web page for lab locations is http://ccit.clemson.edu/support/current-students/computer-labs/.

    How do you purchase the software for your use? You can order the software directly from STATA under the Grad-Plan, which gives universities a discount on purchases.

    FOR STUDENT PURCHASE
    Go to http://www.stata.com/order/new/edu/gradplans/student-pricing/.

    FOR FACULTY AND STAFF
    Go to http://www.stata.com/order/new/edu/gradplans/campus-gradplan/.

    To order a copy for pick up at the university, contact StataCorp directly: 800-782-8272 (Monday through Friday 8:00 to 5:00 Central Time). The software can be picked up at the Clemson Computer Store in the Union once there is a confirmation of purchase.

  • Trend Micro Antivirus

    Trend Micro is antivirus software is used to safeguard a computer from malware, including viruses, computer worms and Trojan horses.

    The software can be accessed via:

  • WinRAR

    WinRAR is site-licensed at Clemson University for faculty and staff. It is a powerful archiving tool. It can be used to compress all types of files into RAR or ZIP file format. It can be used to decompress RAR, ZIP and other files downloaded from the Internet or sent through Dropbox. WinRAR is licensed for all current faculty, staff and enrolled students of Clemson University. Please do not distribute this software to users outside of these groups.

    The software can be accessed via:

    • Software Center
    • Windows R: mapped drive (\\software.clemson.edu\software)
    • SMB Mount (Mac and Linux) smb://software.clemson.edu/software
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