Automatic Data Backup (free)
Students who handle sensitive data can use Box Sync with their Secure Box account.
Trend Micro ($3)
Trend Micro is antivirus software that should be installed on all computers that access Yale’s network or that handle Yale data. Windows Defender is an acceptable replacement for Windows 10 computers.
PaperCut is software that enables computers to send files to BluePrint, the system of on-campus printers.
Microsoft Office (free)
Microsoft Office is a suite of software that provides tools for word processing, spreadsheet and slideshow creation, and other functions. It is available for Windows and MacOS. It is available through the 3rd-party vendor OnTheHub, which provides you with 30 days of access to the product key, and will not provide refunds for any additional services purchased. You can view their Help Page here. Please contact the Student Technology Collaborative for assistance past 30 days – they can retrieve your product key information for free!
Yale Mobile is a central hub for Yale news and other resources. (iOS)
Bulldog Mobile (LiveSafe)
These pieces of software may be useful or necessary for certain courses or majors. This list was curated in 2018 with the generous help of faculty and staff working in Yale’s academic departments. If any entries are out-of-date, please email email@example.com.
Please refer to this curated list of software.
Biomedical Engineering (BENG)
Chemical Engineering (CENG)
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (E&EB)
East Asian Languages & Literature (EALL)
Economics (ECON; International & Development Economics)
Environmental Health Sciences (EHS)
Environmental Engineering (ENVE)
Latin American Studies (LAST)
Mechanical Engineering (MENG)
Adobe Acrobat Pro
Religious Studies (RLST)
Classical Text Editor
Theater Studies (THST)
Adobe Creative Cloud
Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies (WGSS)