Software

Georgia State University maintains a suite of software that is licensed by the university and available to download for free in order to assist students, faculty, and staff with essential academic, research, business and other tasks. Faculty and staff can also submit a help request for software to be installed on their workstations.

  • Microsoft ProPlus Office Suite
  • Cisco AnyConnect VPN (Virtual Private Network)
  • Skype for Business
  • Wolfram Mathematica Online
  • Wolfram Research Mathematica
  • Nvivo
  • Autodesk AutoCad
  • SAS 9.4 & 9.3
  • ERSI ArcView GIS 10.1, 10, & 9
  • Endnote X8
  • Lync

Please note that this list is not exhaustive. Please see the GSU Technology Services website for eligibility information.

In addition to university software, the Computer Science department also maintains select additional licensing for software applications to assist in instructional and research tasks. This software is available for our faculty, staff, graduate, and undergraduate students, and are licensed for personal devices.

  • Windows 10
  • Windows Server
  • Visual Studio Code
  • Visual Studio Enterprise
  • Visual Studio for Mac
  • Microsoft Visio
  • Microsoft Project
  • Microsoft Access
  • SQL Server Developer
  • SQL Server Enterprise
  • Hyper-V Server
  • R Server
  • SharePoint Server
  • Machine Learning (ML) Server
  • System Center

Please note that this list is not exhaustive. To be eligible, you must be a GSU graduate or undergraduate student currently-enrolled in at least one (1) Computer Science course. For access, please visit Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching.

Many of these software packages are available for Windows, macOS, and Linux. However, some software may be only available on university-managed workstations, running specific operating systems, or have other limitations. If you are a Computer Science faculty, staff, or current graduate student and would like to have software installed on your workstation, please submit a help request by visiting the Computer Science Support Center.

Open a Support Ticket

Installing Software

If you would like software installed on your university-issued workstation, please submit a help request by visiting the Computer Science Support Center. Open a Software Request

MathWorks MATLAB

Looking for MATLAB or any of the many MATLAB toolboxes? You can request an individual licence by submitting a help request using the Computer Science Support Center. Request a MathWorks Account

Microsoft Software and Azure

Looking for Microsoft Windows, Visual Studio Professional, Project, and Visio? Visit Azure Dev Tools for Teaching to download these packages. Visit MS Azure Dev Tools

University Licenses

Looking for Microsoft Office, SAS, Wolfram Mathematica, and NVivo? Visit GSU Technology Services for more information on how to download and install these and other software packages. GSU University Software List

  • Last modified: 2020/08/20 18:44