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Adobe Document Cloud Access Coming to All UA Faculty and Staff

To: Faculty and Staff


University Information Technology Services

Subject: Adobe Document Cloud Access Coming to All UA Faculty and Staff

Date: October 30, 2018

UA faculty and staff are eligible to use Adobe's Document Cloud as part of the University's license agreement with Adobe. Document Cloud is your source for:

  • Adobe Acrobat Pro
  • Adobe Sign (secure online electronic signatures)

On Wednesday, October 31, UITS will auto-provision all faculty and staff access to Document Cloud to allow you to start using these features whenever you wish. You no longer need to request access. You may receive an email notice from Adobe that you have access to Document Cloud.

For more information about Document Cloud features, visit

To use the Sign In feature in the upper right side of the webpage, use your UA email address in the email address field. Adobe will redirect you to the standard NetID login page where you will enter your NetID and password to log in.

Inside the Document Cloud space, click the Adobe A logo on the far right side of the menu to get to the Adobe Acrobat DC download for your desktop.

The University's Document Cloud license does not include students or DCCs.

  • Student Adobe licensing is available from the Office of Digital Learning:
  • DCCs may have been using Acrobat on a University computer that had Adobe through a serialized license. As of November 1, Adobe will not support serialized licenses, which means that the latest software updates will not be available.

If you have questions, contact your IT staff member who manages Adobe deployment. The representative list is available on the Software License Adobe CC page:

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