Computing Documentation


Starting June 2009, the Department of Mathematics at Rutgers University in New Brunswick acquired an MSDNAA software license entitling Students, as well as Faculty and Staff, to aquire certain Microsoft software for free, as outlined by the terms of the agreement. For more details on the license terms, please visit here.

The site is accessible via the link below. Please note that a NetID is required to access the site. Students will only have the right to download software, if you are registered to courses in the following curriculums, and provided that you adhere to the licensing restrictions.

640 – Mathematics 642 – Applied Mathematics 643 – Mathematical Finance
MSDNAA – Rutgers University

    The following is a list of the software available to those able to acquire licenses through the MSDNAA program, as of July 7, 2009. In order to view the most up to date, and detailed, information regarding the available software, please visit the MSDNAA Membership Comparison page. Our classification is that of the Developer AA, which has the most to offer.

  • Visual Studio Team Suite
  • Visual Studio Team Foundation Server
  • Visual Studio Professional
  • Visual Studio 2005 Team System
  • Windows
  • Windows 7 Professional
  • Windows Vista Business Edition
  • Windows XP Professional
  • Windows XP Home Edition
  • Windows Server
  • SQL Server
  • Exchange Server
  • Expression
  • Office Project Professional
  • Office Visio Professional
  • Compute Cluster Server
  • Groove
  • MSDN Library

    Special Note : The above list does not contain the full Microsoft Office suite. Of the applications in the traditional Office Enterprise Edition 2010, only Access and OneNote are present. If you are a student seeking the full Microsoft Office suite, you can obtain a single copy of Microsoft Office Enterprise Edition 2010, for a reduced cost, via the Rutgers Software Portal. Once you have logged in via your NetID (username and RCI/Eden password), you will need to access the "MS Software for Personal Use" section of the site, by clicking the link on the navigation bar to the right of the page.