Mathematica

Mathematica Campus Site Licensing Information

Wolfram Mathematica software: The annual campus site license contract renewal is coordinated by COSL with multiple University departments. It covers all Faculty, Staff, and employed Graduate Students at UCSB.  A short informational form is required, in order to receive the instructions for obtaining an activation code.

Please contact COSL in order to fill out the appropriate form to receive a Mathematica download and activation key.

Please use your UCSB email for all correspondence.

Undergraduates please go here: Student License Information

Mathematica is currently installed in the following locations:

  • Computer labs
  • All general or public-access labs and many departmental labs.
  • Computer clusters

The University of California at Santa Barbara's Mathematica license can be used for grid computing. If you are interested in using Mathematica for parallel computing on a dedicated cluster, or in a distributed grid environment, please contact Paul Fish at Wolfram Research.

Faculty and staff home use and personal computer use is available under our new contract. Please contact COSL in order to receive access for your home use.

Mathematica 11.3 for Linux no longer supports 32-bit Linux but is compatible with most 64-bit Linux distributions. Mathematica users at your site who are running a 32-bit version of Linux can continue to use Mathematica 11.2. The installer for Mathematica 11.2 will remain in their Wolfram User Portal