Create. Inspire. Influence.
The Adobe Creative Campus supports the transformation of learning and assessment. Faculty using Adobe Creative Cloud tools can help teach creative and persuasive digital communication skills throughout the curricula and collaborate with other Adobe Creative Campuses to share ideas and innovations that expand digital literacy and help ensure student success.
Your free subscription comes with 100Gb of online storage and download for up to five devices so that you can securely and seamlessly create and manage content across mobile devices, desktops and laptops. You also have access to Adobe Stock where you can freely download photo, vector and video assets.
Get Creative Cloud
To get started you will need to first log in, download and install the Creative Cloud desktop app.
Note: You should not see any trial, payment or subscription options when logged in through your IRSC Adobe Creative Cloud account. If you are seeing this, you are most likely logged in via your personal Adobe ID. Please log out of that account on both https://creativecloud.adobe.com as well as the Creative Cloud application if it is installed. Once you have done that, log back in using the directions below.
STEP 1: Using a web-browser, visit https://creativecloud.adobe.com.
STEP 2: Click the “Sign In” link in the upper right-hand corner of the webpage.
STEP 3: At the Sign In window, type in your IRSC email address and click the Continue button. (If you are on campus and automatically logged into the Creative Cloud homepage, proceed to Step 6.)
STEP 4: At the Select an account window, select “Company or School Account."
STEP 5: Authenticate your account with MyPioneerPortal using your IRSC logon and password.
STEP 6: You are now on the Creative Cloud homepage, which allows you to access Adobe apps, your saved Adobe Cloud files, and training videos.
STEP 7: Click the “Install Creative Cloud app” link in the upper right-hand side of the webpage and click to allow the download. Click through the prompts to install the Creative Cloud app. If you are asked to logon to MyPioneerPortal again, do so.
STEP 8: Once the Creative Cloud installation is complete, you will be presented with the Creative Cloud app. You can use this to install or update Adobe applications, view your saved Adobe cloud documents, participate in Adobe trainings and more.
If you are unable to login, seeing trial account messages, or get an Access Denied error on the Adobe website or Creative Cloud application, please create a support ticket in the Technology Service Desk within MyPioneerPortal using the Category “Institutional Technology” and subcategory of “Adobe.”