Educator Discount? Not student, but a teacher.

I understand the student discount for Office 2010.  Any discount for an educator?  Fully tenured professor at a major university.

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I understand the student discount for Office 2010.  Any discount for an educator?  Fully tenured professor at a major university.

Thanks.


Yes, it is called an academic license. See: http://www.microsoft.com/education/license/howtobuy/eligible.aspx</ FONT>
 
 
You may be able to purchase through the University Bookstore at really good prices
 
 
I recently purchased a copy of Office 2010 Professional Academic (have to email or fax a copy of the University Faculty ID card to the company) fromhttp://www.costcaptain.com/  ;but there are some other academic suppliers that have a little better pricing.  If they do not require you to submit proof of eligibility or if the product is a download DO NOT purchase from that company. 

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