Students, staff, and faculty at both the Middlebury and Monterey campuses are licensed to install and use certain software products on their personally-owned computers. Click the links below to learn more or visit our Service Catalog. Many more licensed software titles are accessible on your computer through the use of Apporto and our Virtual Labs.
Middlebury College has a contract with Microsoft that allows personal use of Microsoft Office to certain groups at the College (currently employed Middlebury undergraduate faculty and staff, Midd undergraduate students, currently employed faculty and staff, and enrolled students at MIIS).
This license does not cover installs for academic programs such as J-term/winter term, the summer Language Schools, Bread Loaf School of English, or Off-Campus Study. It also does not cover emeriti, alumni, retirees, nor contract hires.
LibreOffice, a free alternative to Microsoft Office with comparable features, may also be of interest.
Adobe Creative Cloud suite is now available for installation on personally-owned computers by Middlebury Undergraduate College & Institute faculty, staff, and students. Please note that student licensing will be re-evaluated at the end of the 2020-21 academic year.
Visit http://go/getadobe/ for installation instructions.
Autodesk offers free versions of their design software to students, educators, and educational institutions — including AutoCAD, Revit, Maya, and more. These free versions include the same features as their costly counterparts. The only difference is that files created with the free software include watermarks stating that they are “for educational use only.”
ITS strongly recommends the use of anti-virus software on personal computers. Visit http://go/getAV for information about a few of the more reputable, freely available, anti-virus solutions.