Adobe Creative Campus
UTSA became an Adobe Creative Campus in October 2019. This distinction recognizes top institutions that are dedicated to transforming education through creative digital empowerment. By democratizing access to digital literacy (i.e. the attainment of critical digital skills to achieve success), this partnership with Adobe allows UTSA to set a higher standard in academia and lead the future of education.
As an Adobe Creative Campus UTSA faculty, staff and students have full access to Adobe Creative Cloud, a set of applications and services that gives users access to a collection of software for graphic design, video editing, web development and photography.
CALLING ALL UTSA STUDENTS!
UTSA's TikTok Adobe Challenge
February 22 - March 26, 2021
This spring, UTSA Academic Innovation is hosting a 30-second film festival on TikTok! Your mission? Create a 30-second video that highlights how you relax with Adobe Creative Cloud. This is your chance to take a break from the world around you make something fun. The top three videos will receive prizes that will help you on your creative journey and the top ten winners will receive free Adobe swag!
Get Started with Creative Cloud
Want to get started with Adobe Creative Cloud but don’t know where to start? Visit the Office of Digital Learning's Adobe resource page or schedule a training session with UTSA’s Creative Cloud Support Specialist, Willie Schaefer to learn everything from the basics to advanced techniques. Want to study on your own? Check out the Adobe Education Exchange.
What’s included in Adobe Creative Cloud?
The Creative Cloud suite includes popular software applications for video, design, photography and web, including PhotoShop, Spark, InDesign, Illustrator, Premier Pro and Acrobat.
See the full list of Creative Cloud software.
Want to be an Adobe Student Ambassador at UTSA?
Are you proficient in Adobe Creative Cloud applications or have the desire to learn? Share your interests with like-minded people and promote creativity at UTSA!
Visit the Adobe Student Ambassadors Rowdylink page for more information and to get involved.