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 Matlab 2023 Classroom/Lab License

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Classroom licenses are restricted for use in on-campus teaching labs used solely for classroom instruction of students. Use of the products for any other purposes, such as research by faculty and staff, is not allowed. Classroom License may be configured as a designated computer or concurrent installation.

ARL is excluded from use of this license.

The toolboxes included in our Matlab license are listed here.

MATLAB 2023 Classroom/Lab License



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Classroom licenses are to be used soley for on-campus class instruction. Pricing is PER license. Requires a minimum purchase of 10 licenses. Orders for less than 10 licenses will be cancelled.

  • Manufacturer: Mathworks
  • Who Can Purchase: Departments
  • Installation Permissions: PSU Owned Machine
  • Return Policy: Standard Return Policy Applies
  • License Term: Annual
  • Annual Renewal Date: August
  • Contract Administrator: Mike Mrsa and Tim White
  • Important Information: Purchases up to 90 days prior to expiration will not be charged renewal fees.

    An Equally Effective Alternate Access Plan (EEAAP) (https://accessibility.psu.edu/contact/eeaap/) has been completed and you have formal approval from the Accessibility Office. If you currently do not have a plan in place and a formal approval, please submit a request to use this software as Courseware to accessibility@psu.edu – the Accessibility Team will provide a plan template for your completion.

    EXPORT CONTROL: Under U.S. export and sanctions regulations and the provider’s Software/End User License Agreement, providing access to or use of the software or its direct products by persons who are located or ordinarily resident in comprehensively sanctioned countries may be prohibited without an export license. Currently (2021) these countries include Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria, and the Crimea region of the Ukraine. Questions regarding individual cases may be referred to the University Export Compliance Office at export@psu.edu.

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    Please note: even if a remote student is able to access or use the software (for instance by traveling to a non-sanctioned country), if the student is ordinarily resident in a sanctioned country doing so may be a violation of U.S. regulations and the software license terms and the student’s actions may also result in liability for the University.
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