The question is do "leisure classes" qualify.
Am I eligible?
To qualify for a student discount, you must be enrolled in one of the following:
• University or college — accredited public or private university or college (including community, junior, or vocational college) that grants degrees requiring not less than the equivalent of two years of full-time study*
• Primary or secondary school — accredited public or private primary or secondary school providing full-time instruction*
• Homeschool — defined by state homeschooling regulations
Did you ever get an answer to your question? I'm taking Osher Lifelong Living Institute classes at my university. I have a student ID card, but my classes are non-credit for adults over age 50. I have read all the information and more provided in the reply above, but still don't know if Osher courses qualify.
I tried the Adobe chat room several times, but the rep is always busy and my question closes out after a few minutes. I even found a telephone number, but the customer rep was only interested in selling me Adobe Cloud.
I want to purchase CS6. I don't dare purchase the student version until I know if I qualify, because we cannot return the product after it is opened.
Did you learn if you qualify? Thanks.
same problem here, I attent a home study. But all they say is 'defined by state homeschooling regulations' but.. those regulations are nowhere to be found! Can't get contact with adobe and all the answer I get from this forum is 'contact adobe'. Every time I try they send me back to this forum.. Dit you get an answer yet?
The regulations should be available from your state department of education. If you meet the guidelines from your state, I think Adobe will grant you a student license.
but where can I find those regulations?
You have to contact your state's department of education...
aha.. I will call the prime minister on my way up there..
You should think there has to be an easier way...
Thanks anyway, I will see what I can do with the education department of my country!