Update: Columbia University has renewed its agreement with Wolfram and will be distributing the new Mathematica license file soon. The grace period will last until November 30, 2013. If you would like to receive an updated Mathematica license, please send email to email@example.com.
Mathematica is a computational software program used in scientific, engineering, and mathematical fields, as well as other areas of technical computing. It is provided by Wolfram Research.
Mathematica licenses, under Columbia's discounted pricing agreement with Wolfram, are generally available only to Columbia University faculty and staff, and installation is limited to machines owned by the University.
Clients purchasing Mathematica are responsible for the installation and correct use of the product, as well as understanding hardware and operating system requirements.
How to Obtain Mathematica Licenses
We are no longer selling individual Mathematica licenses at the University Book Store at Lerner Hall. Students can purchase Mathematica licenses at wolfram.com.
Faculty and staff can purchase Mathematica by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1-9 copies - $120 per license
10-19 copies - $110 per license
20-49 copies - $100 per license
50-99 copies - $90 per license
100 or more copies - $75 per license
- One license is the equivalent of either one computer (laptop, desktop) or a single Unix processor.
- The price is fixed and cannot be pro-rated. The software will not run after the license expires.
License Validity Dates
The Mathematica license is valid for a one year period, from November 1 through October 31. Mathematica has a 30 day grace period.
Documentation can be purchased separately through third parties or by visiting wolfram.com.