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Microsoft Enterprise Licensing Agreement

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Student purchase program

Faculty and staff purchase program

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As a member of the Maryland Educational Enterprise Consortium (MEEC), Salisbury University established a software licensing agreement, with Microsoft called the Microsoft Education Enterprise Agreement. This agreement was approved by the Maryland Board of Public Works on Wednesday, July 14, 1999. SU has participated in this licensing agreement for over a decade.

The Microsoft Education Enterprise Agreement, commonly referred to as MS ELA, gives SU students, faculty and staff the opportunity to access Microsoft's computer software through the campus network.  SU students, faculty and staff are also able to use the discounted Microsoft software on their home computers.

Microsoft software at SU is distributed in three ways:

  • Institutional Workstations: Installation and use on computers that are part of the SU inventory or connected to the SU Network.
  • Faculty/Staff "Work at Home"
  • Students

Student purchase program

Students can purchase Microsoft software at a discounted price through the link on our MEEC page, as long as they are a current student of Salisbury University. The license for software purchased through the MSELA program is perpetual for students.

Faculty and staff purchase program

Faculty and staff can purchase Microsoft software at a discounted price through the link on our MEEC page for use on their home computer. The license for software purchased through the MSELA program is good for as long as they remain employed by Salisbury University.

Please submit any questions online at http://support.salisbury.edu/index.html.

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