UMSL Software Downloads

   

Information Technology Services (ITS) has made software available to faculty, staff and students under licensing agreements with software vendors and through our educational licensing agreements. This site is for the use and benefit of students, faculty, and staff of the University of Missouri - St. Louis ONLY. As a result, all access to it are LOGGED. One copy per user ONLY.

Software available here will vary depending on current agreements between the University and the publishers but may include anti-virus software, VPN client programs, as well as specialized programs such as SPSS, Maple, etc. Be certain to read the applications description and limitations before downloading.

Microsoft Home Use Program (HUP)

   

As part the University's software licensing agreement with Microsoft, UMSL employees can purchase Microsoft Office for their use at home through Microsoft's Home Use Program (HUP). Under the HUP, MS Office Enterprise 2010 is available for just $19.95 directly from Microsoft. Estimated delivery time is two-three weeks. Under the terms of the agreement with Microsoft, you are allowed to purchase and use only ONE copy of the current version, e.g. MS Office 2007. If you leave the University for any reason you must stop using the software and delete it from your computer.

For additional information, and instructions on how to sign-up, visit the MyServices website and click the Microsoft Home Use Program link.

This software is for your personal use on your home computer and should not be ordered or installed on your university owned computer. If you need assistance with your university owned computer please contact the Technology Support Center.

Autodesk: Student and Educator Community

   

Autodesk, developer of popular graphics and design programs such as Maya, and 3ds Max, have established an online community for students and educators to learn, discuss, and share there work using Autodesk products. Several programs are made freely available within this community including various AutoCAD products. Join hundreds of other UM Saint Louis students here to enjoy the benefits of learning.

Freeware and Open Source Staff Recommendations

   

Freeware and open source software have taken an ever increasing roll in education over the past decade largely owing to the greater sense of community emerging on the Internet and the growing centrality technology is playing in educational practice and goals. Gathered here is a small sampling that our staff at the TLC recommends as both alternatives to proprietary solutions and a means of enhancing your productivity in ways you might not have been aware were possible, especially from free software. While by no mean comprehensive, these are a great way to get some exposure to the advantages of an online community of users and development.