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Obtaining Licensed Software at UVa

Software Central provides access to site-licensed software that can be distributed to members of the University of Virginia community at no charge, and with minimal tracking. You must be a student or employee of the University of Virginia to download software from this site.

If you are looking for UVa-distributed research software—such as Mathematica, SAS, and MATLAB—as well as other selected packages like Identity Finder, please visit the UVa Software Gateway.

General Software Titles

Browse to download available software titles by operating system:

Software for Windows Computers

Microsoft Software Products

Through UVa’s Microsoft Agreements, most UVa students, faculty, and staff can obtain Microsoft software at very low or no cost:

  • the Windows operating system;
  • the Microsoft Office suite for both PCs and Macs; and
  • many other Microsoft products.

The terms for installing these titles vary according to your status at UVa; see the Microsoft Software Chooser Wizard for pricing, limitations, restrictions, and information on how to obtain.

Research Software Programs

Additional software is available from the UVa Software Gateway and some titles may be used remotely via the UVa Hive.

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