Browse the Sites Software List for software available to your U-M affiliation (student, faculty, student, etc) on Macs and PCs. Beginning fall 2017, software access is granted based on your affiliation with the university. For more information about this change, see Changes to Software Access.
Use Sites Software on Your Personal Computer
Use Virtual Sites to remotely use a Campus Computing Sites Windows computer from your own device. By using a Sites computer remotely, you have access to university-licensed, specialty software. If you have a Mac, you are able to use Windows-only software.
Request Sites Course Software (Instructors Only)
Request specialty software to be available on Campus Computing Sites computers for your course using the Classroom Reservation & Instructional Software Submission (CRISS) system. When you make your request, please keep the end-of-term Campus Computing Sites software environment freeze schedule.
Upgrades to software and operating systems are typically made during Spring/Summer semesters, when such integration will have the least impact on ongoing courses and projects.