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Arizona State University maintains a full annual site license for Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (Esri) software for most Esri products including desktop software such as ArcGIS Desktop and Pro Advanced, as well as web-based applications such as ArcGIS Online, Business Analyst, and Community Analyst. Many of the products are available for teaching, research, and administrative uses; others are available only for teaching, research, and student learning purposes. None of the products can be used for any profit-making or commercial purposes. For a full list of available products and license terms, please see ASU’s ArcGIS (Esri) Educational Site License Agreement.  

In addition to software, ASU students/faculty/staff can take free Esri courses online to learn about GIS and how to use Esri's GIS software products through Esri Virtual Campus online training courses. You need to have a Arizona State University ArcGIS Online (AGOL) Account. Once logged in, students have access to courses that are labeled as "Free" or "Requires Maintenance" in the main Esri Academy course catalog.

The following guide should help answer questions about getting access to Esri software and resources.

Still have questions? Contact the Map and Geospatial Hub using our Service Request form.

The guide was created by staff at the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub. For all geospatial software, data, map, or geographic imagery requests, please submit a Map and Geospatial Hub service request

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