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No, only departments teaching technology disciplines are eligible for this program.
No, Imagine software is intended for use in academic pursuits of technology disciplines: schoolwork, research, academic projects, and so on are all acceptable uses.
Yes, this license is perpetual and nontransferable. You don’t have to uninstall the tools, but the stipulation of “academic use only” does not change.
Yes, the only stipulation is the purchase of commercial licenses for all tools used in the creation of a new product prior to selling the product in a commercial situation.
ITS cannot provide support for the Imagine program beyond granting access to the service and supporting installations in labs and classrooms.
Currently, we will not troubleshoot or support problems with software installations, errors while using the software, or development with the software on personal computers. Each personal computer is unique (including the operating system, the third-party software applications that are already installed, etc.), and there is no way for us to provide support for individual issues beyond what is covered in these FAQs.
The download website does offer many support tools, and documentation.
If you haven’t received a registration email, try the following:
If you have already registered once before and accessed the website, you can request your password be sent again by selecting the SIGN IN link, then choosing "Forgot Password." You must enter your Suffolk email address.
After you obtain software from the Imagine web site, the product key / serial number for the software is included in the Order Receipt. Otherwise, sign in to the website, click the Your Account link, in the Order History section select the software you downloaded and click View Details.
Most Imagine software is not compatible with an Apple Mac. The only way you can run such software packages on a Mac is by running a copy of Windows on your Mac, by using Bootcamp or third-party software such as Parallels or VMWare Fusion.
Imagine offers a set of FAQs on their download website at: