Computer Provisioning - Mathematica
Summary of the Mathematica Educational Site License
Concordia University (the “University”) now has an educational site license for Mathematica
software from Wolfram Research.
• An educational site license is a subscription licensing program for higher educational
• It is a simple way to get Mathematica licenses to faculty and staff (collectively
“Employees”) and students of the University
• Term of the Agreement: thirty-six (36) months, effective June 15th, 2012 and ending on
June 14th, 2015, to be subsequently renewed
• The cost of the educational site license is based on the number of Employees and not on
the number of computers owned by the University
• The licensed software can be installed on any computer owned by the University at no
cost, for use by an Employee for University instruction and academic research
• The software can be installed on an Employee’s or a student’s personally owned
computer located at the home and primarily used to support instruction and academic
• The Employee or the student must agree to the Concordia Acceptance form and must
provide their email address to Wolfram Research Inc.
Only Mathematica software and available add-ons, if any, are covered by this site
license. Add-ons offered may change, at any time, at Wolfram Research’s discretion.
The software can be installed on University owned computers or on an Employee’s or
student’s personally owned home computers. In the first case, a request must be made to
University IT staff. Only English versions of the software will be deployed on University
At no time will IITS (or any University IT staff) distribute Mathematica software in any
format (CD, DVD, ISO image, etc.).
Any purchase request for software products COVERED by the Mathematica
Educational site license WILL NOT BE AUTHORIZED by the University’s
Purchasing Services Department.
Any purchase request for products NOT COVERED by the Mathematical Educational
site license MUST BE APPROVED, as part of standard purchasing procedures, by the
University’s Purchasing Services Department.
The University’s Mathematica Educational site license allows for the download of homeuse
licenses by Employees and students to be used on a personally owned computer at the
Employee’s or student`s residence primarily for the use or support of instruction and
The Employee or the student will have to agree to a Concordia Acceptance Form and to
the terms and conditions of Mathematica’s Home-Use License Agreement found at
http://www.wolfram.com and must register on the Wolfram Research web site.
When completing this registration, an Employee or student must ensure the following:
(i) if delivery at home is selected, any fee paid by an Employee or student shall
not be reimbursed by the University
(ii) provide the requested personal info to Wolfram Research (it is imperative that
the Employee or the student always indicate a Canadian address and explicitly use
the following URL http://www.concordia.ca/directory/index.php. This will allow
Wolfram Research to verify the Employee’s or student’s status with the
No technical support will be provided by the University’s IT staff or by Wolfram
Research for home use of the software.
The software obtained for home-use is registered to the Employee or to the student and
may not be transferred. Furthermore, the Employee or the student will have to remove the
software from their personally owned computer immediately upon expiration of the
University’s licensed period or earlier if their relationship with the University comes to
Additional information regarding Mathematica can be found at: http://www.wolfram.com