Software Licensing

Software Licensing is a service that licenses and manages enterprise-level software programs. Operating as a central point of purchase, Software Licensing can take advantage of volume license discounts and academic site licensing, providing cost savings for schools and departments.

Currently, WashU IT Software Licensing staff manage a range of software programs, from desktop applications to statistical programs, such as Adobe Acrobat, EndNote, Microsoft Office, MATLAB, SAS, SPSS, and STATA. A complete list of software programs in Software Licensing’s Software Catalog can be viewed at this URL:  http://sl.wustl.edu/catalog (please use VPN to view the web site from off-campus).


Requirements & Considerations

Software Licensing focuses on software that has broad university usage and is purchased more efficiently and cost-effectively from a central point. Software that is department-specific or a “one-off” is not eligible for inclusion in the Software Catalog.

Software Licensing does not track department purchases of licenses from outside vendors, including purchases for STATA, and perpetual licenses of Adobe and Microsoft products.