Those eligible to purchase academic shrink-wrapped software products or any academic license programs include: accredited schools, faculties, full- or part-time matriculated students, academic supervisory organizations, hospitals, libraries, museums, and nonprofit charitable and religious organizations. Each of these eligible institutions is clearly defined below.
Institutions may be either publicly or privately owned.
- Universities, or scientific or technical institutes recognized by the appropriate ministry or department of education
Proof of current employment is required.
- Faculty and/or staff members (full- or part-time) of any accredited school
- Registered and/or state-recognized home educators providing primary or secondary education
- Full- or part-time matriculated students. Valid photo student identification is required. If a photo ID is not available, then two pieces of ID are required.
- School district administrative offices
- State departments of education
- All hospitals. Health Management Organizations (HMO) and headquarters are excluded
- All public and school libraries (publicly or privately funded) providing not-for-profit library services to a community, region or district
Educational Consortia and Systems
- Corporations and associations validly organized adn existing under the laws of a state, province or territory
- Permanent public or private nonprofit agencies or institutions organized for educational, aesthetic or cultural purposes
- Must own or use objects for exhibition to the general public on a permanent and regular basis
- Must collect, preserve, study, interpret, assemble and exhibit objects and specimens of educational and cultural value, including artistic, scientific (animate or inanimate), historical and technological material, to the public for its instruction and enjoyment
Nonprofit Charitable Organizations
- Charitable organizations not affiliated with a profit-making company or organization. In the U.S., refer to IRS Tax Exemption 501 (c)(3). In Canada, refer to Revenue Canada Income Tax Act, Section 149.1 on charities
- Any religious body considered charitable under provincial, state or country laws. In the U.S., refer to IRS Tax Exemption 501 (c)(3)
- The organization's beliefs and practices must not be considered subversive or immoral by the courts or laws of the province, state or country
Exclusions: Congregation members or parishioners are not eligible for academic pricing. Organizations must present proof of charitable or nonprofit status and a completed Corel Nonprofit and Charitable Organization Request Form to any Corel Authorized Academic Reseller.
Terms and Conditions
1. Organizations must be able to show proof of eligibility and applicable accreditation if requested by Corel or a Corel Authorized Academic Reseller.
2. It is Corel's sole discretion to accept or decline the applicant. Any issues or concerns regarding the preceding definitions shall be resolved at Corel's discretion.
3. All software must be used for internal administrative or educational instruction purposes only.
4. Products may not be resold, donated or used as a prize in any promotion.