Adobe Acrobat Reader DC

Adobe Acrobat Reader is a software product for viewing, printing, searching, and collaborating on portable document files (PDFs).

How to Obtain This Software

Students, Faculty and Staff

Students, faculty and staff can download the Windows version of Adobe Acrobat Reader from Softweb or from Adobe. A NetID and NetID password is required to log in to Softweb.

This Software is Available for Use in the Following Labs

Fine Arts eMedia SINC Site

The Fine Arts eMedia SINC Site has 22 Apple Mac Pros, M-AUDIO Oxygen25 MIDI keyboards, M-AUDIO FireWire Solo Audio Interfaces, Audix OM2 microphones, stereo headphones, 5 Epson scanners with 1 large format scanner, Video Ingest Stations (VHS, S-VHS, Mini-DV, DV, DVCAM), Wacom tablets, a teacher station, data projector and a Pharos printer.

Fine Arts Hybrid SINC Site

The Fine Arts Hybrid SINC Site has 21 Apple iMacs, M-AUDIO KeyStudio 49i MIDI keyboards, Korg Kontrol Slim-Line USB controllers, Microphones, stereo headphones, Wacom tablets, Epson scanners, a teacher station, data projector and a Pharos printer.

Melville Library SINC Site

- The Main Library SINC Site has 35 (105) Windows PCs with 4 (6) scanners, 7 (20)  iMacs with 2 scanners.
- There are 2 ( 4) printers with a pharos release station.  
- Plus 3 (5) Windows walk-up PC’s with direct printing and 1 walk-up Mac printing station.
- A Consultant is always available to assist with technical and printing issues.

 

Tabler Digital Arts Media Lab

The Tabler Center computer lab is open the same hours of operation as the building.  Check their web page for current hours.  

The Undergraduate Colleges Centers are open for reservations only during the summer.  Regular hours of operation resume in the Fall semester.   *In order to request a space, please log in to your 25Live account.

Request Support

In order to ensure your request gets routed to the right group, all issues related to obtaining, installing or using this software must be submitted through the ITSM System.

Submit ITSM Ticket