Hi, I have a question about the student eligibility purchase plan for all Adobe products for my PC.
First off, I am relieved to know that the pricing plan isn't as bad or frightening as I initially thought (19.99/month); however, that leads me to my next question about the eligibility.
I am currently a first-semester graduate student, and I guess for some of my classes, I'm required to use Adobe. Which unfortunately I do not have free access to on my own PC, unless I go down to my school and borrow the computer labs (which are a major hassle to me because I barely get any work done under the limited hours of the school labs). But anyway, if I'm considering purchasing the student plan, I would like to know if I would still be able to access it even after I graduate in about a year or so?
Basically, what I'm asking is, would I still have access to Adobe for, let's say, work-related purposes, if not necessarily for school-related purposes? Obviously,there will come a time in which I'm no longer a student, or studying in school, and I'll be out in the work force. DOes this mean I won't have the student eligiblity plan anymore? If so, which plan would you recommend that I sign up for, so I'm not constantly going back and forth between the school labs and my residence, and all that?
If you are no longer a student in the middle of the plan year, you will have access to the plan until the end of the plan year.
Question: About how long does the plan year last?
And after that one year, what happens to the plan? (*I'm pretty sure this was already answered, but I'd like some clarification!*)
Also note that $20 is for the first year; after that it rises to $30. Then to $50 or so after graduation.