COMPUTING AND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

This page contains information for Buffalo State faculty and staff on how to obtain software and hardware for home use. 

Purchase Microsoft and other software at academic discount prices

Current faculty and staff can purchase Microsoft Office and Microsoft Windows upgrades for a substantial discount through the Work at Home program under our Microsoft Campus Agreement.  In addition, other software products can be purchased at the standard educational discount. Visit these sites to learn more:

Faculty in the Computer Information Systems (CIS) program are also eligible for additional Microsoft software due to the CIS department's participation in the Microsoft DreamSpark Premium program. To learn more visit the Buffalo State College CIS DreamSpark page.

Faculty in the Technology program are also eligible for additional Microsoft software due to the Technology department's participation in the Microsoft DreamSpark Premium program. To learn more visit the Buffalo State College Technology DreamSpark page.

Download campus licensed software

Current faculty and staff can download campus licensed software for home use. To learn more visit our campus licensed download page.

Find alternatives to popular applications

Learn about (and download) alternatives to popular software applications at AlternativeTo. To learn more visit the AlternativeTo home page.

Purchase a computer from Apple

Current faculty and staff can purchase new computers and hardware from the Apple Store at the standard educational discount. To learn more visit the Buffalo State Apple Store page.

Purchase a computer from Dell

Current faculty and staff can purchase new computers from the Dell store at the standard educational discount. To learn more visit the Buffalo State Dell store page.

SUNY Employee Discount Programs

Current faculty and staff can find discounts on hardware and software, as well as other products and services. To learn more visit the SUNY Employee Discount Programs page

 

Please Note The UBMicro store, which used to provide discounted software, hardware and repair services to Buffalo State faculty/staff, no longer provides retail services.