Faculty and Staff Software
Purdue negotiates the availability of several software packages for faculty and staff on their personally owned machines, either at a reduced cost or through University sponsorship. Eligibility for the software below depends on requirements outlined in each individual software licensing agreement between the vendor and Purdue University. Software installed on personal machines must be completely uninstalled should association with the University end.
OnTheHub (formerly Kivuto) sells a range of software negotiated under Purdue's campus agreements, including several Microsoft and Adobe products. In addition, Purdue's OnTheHub web store offers other specially priced software for term purchase, such as SPSS, Minitab, Parallels, and SAS JMP. Be sure to carefully review product details for system requirements and the length of time your purchase entitles you to use the product. Only the products you are eligible to buy will be displayed. Software ordered through OnTheHub can be downloaded directly to your computer for installation or, at an additional charge for shipping and handling, delivered on CD/DVD disc.
Shop The OnTheHub Purdue Web Store
Please note that the OnTheHub Web Store is an independent retailer Purdue partners with to provide software purchases for faculty, staff, and students on their personally-owned machines. Software licenses and media purchased from OnTheHub are nonrefundable. Questions regarding purchases or store services should be directed to OnTheHub. They will be able to provide you the most knowledgeable and immediate response to your issue. Click the Help link in the upper right corner of the OnTheHub page to be directed to their support.
The cost of some software products are covered by sponsoring organizations within Purdue. Product availability is determined by the number of unused product licenses and any agreement limitations on distribution. Click the links below to get more information on availability. Current University Sponsored software for installation on personally-owned machines includes:
Additional software for faculty and staff use may be found through these online University resources:
- Secure Purdue
- ITaP Research Computing (RCAC)
- Purdue University Licensed Software (PULS) by ECN
- Library of Chemistry Software