Requesting a Statistical Analysis Software (SAS) license

 Objective

 Details how to obtain a SAS license for K-State departments, faculty, staff, and students.

 Audience

  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff

 Environment  

Microsoft Windows only

 Procedure

Check the list of supported operating systems.

  1. Open the Request Software and Application Distribution form.
  2. In the Which software do you need to add/change/remove a license list, select Statistical Analysis Software (SAS).
  3. In the What do you need to do?​​​​​​​ list, select License a new named individual.
  4. Fill out the rest of the details of the request. 
  5. Click Request.

Notes: 

  • An invoice will be issued upon receipt of the completed request form.
  • Within seven days of receipt of payment (KSU Interfund Voucher or KSU Foundation check), you will receive an email with instructions to access the software.
  • K-State renews the SAS site license annually. Each year, the Division of Information Technology will send current departments a renewal invoice in August. Upon receipt of the payment, the licensee will be sent a license-extension password. The important dates are as follows: 
  •  
    Date Explanation
    July 31 Expiration date for the agreement between K-State and the SAS Institute.
    Sept. 1 Expiration date for agreements between K-State and students, faculty, staff who have licensed SAS.
    Sept. 30 Date that the software starts warning if expired. SAS programs continue to run normally, but they will produce a warning message.
    Oct. 29 SAS stops running unless the renewal invoice has been paid.

 Notes

  • A current, valid K-State eID is required.
  • Students may access SAS at no charge through the university computing labs and K-State InfoCommons or lease SAS with departmental approval and payment directly through their department business office.

Details

Article ID: 237
Created
Wed 6/1/22 10:47 PM
Modified
Thu 10/12/23 2:33 PM

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