Software that Krieger School of Arts and Sciences has licenses for. (Free to you in most cases.)

This page is for members of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.

  • Zoom is available for free to students via Faculty and staff may request Zoom accounts via, but those accounts will no longer be free starting in July 2021.
  • Office 365 can be installed via the portal under the ‘Technology’ button. Then click ‘Install Office Apps.’
  • Johns Hopkins Software Catalog (University Licensing)
    • Includes:
      • Microsoft Windows
        • Network License
        • Work at Home License
      • MatLab
      • Mathematica
      • And many other software packages available for reduced rates.
  • Antivirus Software
  • Front Door (Loss, Recovery, and Personal Safety software. Protect your phone and laptop.)
  • OnTheHub (Personal Software Licensing for Non-University Owned Systems)
    • Includes:
      • Microsoft Windows (free for students via OnTheHub)
      • And many others! Click the link!
  • Krieger School Licenses – Please contact your local IT people.
    • ENVI and IDL (Request License Here. Uses an on campus license server.)
    • ChemBioDraw Ultra
    • JMP
    • ERDAS (including student licenses)
    • ArcGIS
    • SPSS (Not entirely free, but licenses can be shared via license server.)
    • SolidWorks (For student and educational use. Not for research or labs.
    • LabView (Only for JHU or Grant purchased machines)
    • Stata ICĀ (Only for JHU or Grant purchased machines)
    • AutoCAD
  • Whiting School of Engineering also maintains a software page with items that KSAS members may use. (Solidworks, Comsol, Creo, and more.)
Updated 1/28/2021