With the release of QuarkXPress 2015, Quark also introduces a Campus license for QuarkXPress.
Covers all, for a one-time payment
A Campus license allows a high school, college, university to purchase an Education license of QuarkXPress for all students, teachers and employees of the educational institute, no matter how many. For a one-time payment of $1,000 (plus tax, where applicable).
Unrestricted, unlimited license
Education licenses of QuarkXPress are functionally unrestricted, so you can do everything with it that you can do with a commercial license.
And students, teachers & employees of your educational institute can use their licenses to publish school letters, school newspapers etc. Or e.g. Ph.D.’s being employeed or studying at your university can use the Campus license of QuarkXPress to publish their thesis, even if it is a paid study that gets sold.
Even better, as the QuarkXPress licenses are perpetual, they don’t have a time-bomb and run “forever”. You never need to pay again as long as you are using this license.
Concurrent license, not named
As Campus licenses are concurrent licenses, you do not need to worry about creating named accounts for your students or faculty. Everybody who is part of your school or university can use it.
“On the road” and home usage possible
As the Campus license of QuarkXPress allows to “check out” licenses, students or teachers can take a license home or on the road (laptop) and your IT department is always compliant with the license agreement. For that, the QuarkXPress Campus license comes with QLA: http://www.quark.com/Buy/QuarkXPress_Sales/Volume_Licensing_Program/QLA.aspx
If you are interested to get a Campus license for your school, college or university, please contact any authorized Education reseller of Quark or Quark directly:
Both an engineer and a layout artist, Matthias bridges the gap between technology and people.
Before joining Quark, Matthias pioneered print, Web, and multimedia products for multiple German publishing companies. Since 1997 he has played a central role in shaping Quark’s desktop and enterprise software.
Starting 2003 Matthias has focused on Quark’s interactive and digital publishing solutions. He is an active participant in design and publishing communities and represents Quark in the Ghent PDF Workgroup.
Since February 2014 Matthias heads Quark’s Desktop Publishing business unit and is therefore responsible for QuarkXPress.