Colorado College has licensed Wolfram Mathematica from Wolfram Research. Mathematica is a powerful software program used in several disciplines and other areas of technical computing; it can do statistical analysis, manipulate images and video, do large computations and much more. It can even display computations and models downloaded from the web.
Mathematica is available in the Barnes, Palmer 2, Physics Computation, Math and Library North Basement labs, via the SAS terminal server and by home-use download.
- When submitting the form, please submit it only once!
- Use your Colorado College email address to submit the form.
- Multiple requests and non-CC email addresses will be rejected.
After requesting the activation key, you'll receive an email with
- the activation key
- instructions on how to download the software and use the activation key.
Students can request home-use licenses for Mathematica from the Wolfram Student Activation Key Request Form. Go to the bottom of the page where it says "Don't have a Wolfram ID?" and click the Create Account button. Students do not need the site license number.
Faculty and Staff should request a home-use license for Mathematica from the Wolfram User Portal. Contact Weston Taylor to get the College's site license number, which you'll need to request the software.
You can get tech support for installation or other technical questions from Wolfram Research's email, phone or forum support.
- we can install it on any college-owned computer on campus
- to use the software, you need to be on the CC network
Mathematica is available on the computers in Barnes 203, in the Tutt Library basement and in Palmer 2.