- Can I install ArcGIS Student Edition on departmental or lab computers?
- Can I use the ArcGIS Student Edition for doing practicum work?
- How do I Install ArcGIS on a Mac (Apple) computer?
- I am graduating soon, will my installed software still work?
- Is there any available help on using the software?
- What extensions are available with the ArcGIS Desktop Student Edition?
- What license level of the software is available?
If you require the ArcGIS Desktop software for departmental use or on lab computers, please have the faculty member or the lab coordinator contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the request specifying the number of computers and location.
Please contact email@example.com with the details of your practicum work to ensure that you remain within the terms of the ArcGIS Desktop license agreement.
ArcGIS for Desktop is a windows based product and as such it is is not certified or supported on the Mac operating system. However, it is possible to run the program on your Mac. There are two options available to you, both of which requires that you have a properly licensed version of the Windows Operating System. The first option is to dual boot your Mac to Windows whenever you want to run the ArcGIS software. The Boot Camp (from Apple) allows you to run Microsoft Windows on your Mac. Secondly, you can use virtualization software such as VMware Fusion or Parallels. These two packages allow Intel-based Macs to run a full version of Windows and allows you to alternate between the Mac OS and the Windows OS. More information on using ArcGIS on a Mac can be found at the Esri website.
The ArcGIS Desktop Student Edition software is valid for 365 days following the installation date of the software. If you graduate within that time period the software will to be authorized until the expiration date. After that you can request a copy of ArcGIS for Personal Use from Esri Canada for a fee.
You can take advantage of a number of free online courses that, offered through the Esri Training website, that are available to eligible students and faculty. We also deliver free GIS workshops through Grad Navigate in the Fall and Winter semesters. If neither of those options work for you, contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions.
The Advanced license level of ArcGIS Desktop software that users receive comes with the following extensions:
- ArcGIS 3D Analyst
- ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst
- ArcGIS Data Interoperability
- ArcGIS Data Reviewer
- ArcGIS Network Analyst
- ArcGIS Schematics
- ArcGIS Spatial Analyst
- ArcGIS Tracking Analyst
- ArcGIS Publisher
- ArcGIS Workflow Manager
Campus users receive the Advanced (formerly ArcInfo) license level of the ArcGIS Desktop Software. We are currently distributing ArcGIS Desktop 10.7 and ArcGIS Pro 2.3.