Center for Information Technology Services

End User License Agreement for Microsoft Software for Personally-owned Computers for Students

This acceptance form is valid for the Microsoft products listed below, which shall be referred to collectively herein as the "Software". Software is made available to you because University of Maryland has purchased temporary licenses for the Software through Microsoft Campus Subscription Enrollment. University of Maryland is extending to you the right to use the Software on a personally-owned computer or an institution-owned computer designated for your exclusive use. You do not own the license or the DVDs, rather you are authorized to use the Software and associated media pursuant to the terms and conditions of the license(s) granted to University of Maryland for the term of University of Maryland's Campus Subscription Enrollment. You will be required to remove the Software from your personal machine immediately upon the earlier of (a) any event, with the exception of graduation, which causes you no longer to be a student of the institution or (b) expiration of the Campus Subscription Enrollment licensed period.

If you graduate during the Campus Agreement Subscription term, the Software license will convert to a perpetual license (meaning you own the Software) as verified in your Student License Confirmation, which may be obtained from University of Maryland at that time. The Student License Confirmation is proof of Software ownership.

You are granted the right to use the following Software per the terms of the Campus Agreement Student Option:

  • Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
  • Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus
  • Microsoft Office 2011 Standard
  • Microsoft Office 2008

For software related questions please contact the Software Licensing Office at (410) 706-8166 or software@umaryland.edu with software questions.

For all other questions, contact Stephen Giermek at (410) 706-8166 or sgier002@umaryland.edu,  Fran Dominguez at (410) 706-7447 or fdomingu@umaryland.edu, or Paul Petroski at (410) 706-8338 or ppetrosk@umaryland.edu.