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Adobe Acrobat for Faculty & Staff

Concordia offers an Adobe Acrobat Pro DC license at no cost to all active faculty and staff as part of our Adobe site license. Adobe Acrobat Pro DC software allows you to view, edit, create, manipulate, convert, and manage files in Portable Document Format (PDF). 

Who can use it?

Active faculty and staff

How much does it cost?

Adobe site license: There is no cost associated with the Adobe site license service. Software covered under the Adobe site license is installed for free.

How to get it

  • Download Adobe Acrobat. You can also access Adobe Acrobat from the My CU Account page in Carrefour.
  • Agree and accept the terms and conditions page to activate your license.
  • Links to download the software installers for Windows and Mac are provided.
  • Installation instructions are also available to download on this page.
  • After you download and install the software on your computer, you must sign in:

Service availability



Consult the following resource to learn more about site license agreements:

Adobe site license agreement

Consult the following resource to learn more about minimum specifications to run adobe software:

System requirements for Adobe Acrobat Pro DC





You are eligible for two instances of the product to be installed under your name. This allows you to sign into Adobe Acrobat Pro from two different devices.

Please ensure you’ve accepted the Adobe terms and conditions page in the MyConcordia Portal under Software and Applications, Adobe Software.  If you are still experiencing an issue, please contact the Service Desk.

To validate your license is still active, computers must connect to Adobe servers for initial activation, and then at least once every 99 days.

Please contact the Service Desk. A representattive will assist you.

No, students are not eligible for an Adobe Acrobat Pro license. Students that are eligible have access to Adobe Acrobat Pro through the student Adobe Creative Cloud license, click here for details.

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