YOU SHOULD READ THIS BEFORE UPDATING TO ADOBE CC 2019:

Adobe has recently released a license that is compatible with Adobe CC 2019 for on-campus computers. However, the new licensing scheme is significantly different than previous versions and requires all users to log in. For this reason, we are only deploying certain applications to the Apple computers in the open technology lab in 55 W. 13th street on the 8th floor.

The software noted on our “Managing Creative Cloud App Versions” page is now installed on the Apple computers in Arnhold Hall, 55 W. 13th street, in the 8th floor open technology lab, with the exception of the specialty Audio Stations.

Should you Upgrade now?
We are still recommending using the Adobe CC 2018 applications unless there is a specific need for the newer Adobe CC 2019. Although we now have some Adobe CC 2019 applications installed on the 8th floor of 55 W. 13th street, continuing to use Adobe CC 2018 is the only way to ensure compatibility across campus. We are NOT planning any further installations of Adobe CC 2019 across campus at this time. Users are urged to take this into consideration before upgrading to Adobe CC 2019.

If you are renewing your New School for Adobe subscription, after agreeing to the terms from your MyNewSchool Services section, open your Creative Cloud app and log out of your current session.  When you sign in again select Enterprise ID and use your New School credentials to authenticate.  

For all new subscriptions follow the instructions below:

1.

Login to MyNewSchool

Login to MyNewSchool with your New School NetID and Password

2.

Select Services Tab

3.

Read the content in the Adobe section

The Adobe portlet can be found on the bottom right.

4.

Select “I agree, continue download"

5.

Sign in to Adobe using your New School email address - no password needed

6.

Adobe ID vs Enterprise ID

You may be asked to select Adobe ID (personal ID account) or Enterprise ID (The New School ID account).  Select Enterprise ID

7.

Enter your NetID and Password

8.

Click on "Download Apps" under Creative Cloud