updated October 22, 2007
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Kansas State University has a site license with the SAS Institute that provides the SAS software at greatly reduced prices. K-State departments, faculty, staff, and students are eligible to participate in this program. SAS software is available for Microsoft Windows only.
The SAS/PC Site License Agreement form (PDF) should be used when placing orders. SAS licensing for K-State is handled by Computing and Telecommunications Services, 109 East Stadium, (785) 532-7000.
For information about SAS, visit the SAS website at www.sas.com.
To participate in the site-license program, there is an annual fee which licenses SAS for a single computer.
The annual fee is due Sept. 1. If you join the program in the middle of the year, your first payment will be prorated by month to the following September.
Departments, faculty, staff, and students can purchase SAS through this license. However, the payment to Computing and Telecommunications Services must be through an Interdepartmental Requisition (IDR). Individuals can reimburse the department issuing the IDR.
How to license SAS
To license SAS, fill out the SAS/PC License Agreement form (PDF), and take it and an Interdepartmental Requisition (IDR) to the Computing and Telecommunications Services main office, 109 East Stadium, (785) 532-7000.
Once the paperwork is completed, you will be notified via e-mail with instructions for installation.
SAS is licensed annually. Each year, Computing and Telecommunications Services will send you an
invoice. If you pay to use SAS for the next year, you will be sent a license-extension password.
The important dates are as follows:
SAS on the World Wide Web
Mailing lists and network news
Two mailing lists on SAS topics are available at K-State: KSU-SAS is a forum for K-State's SAS announcements and discussion. News and discussion of the site-license program is appropriate. It is hoped that the list will be low volume and all licensees will stay subscribed.
An attempt has been made to subscribe all licensees to the list. However, we do not know e-mail addresses of everyone. If you would like to be added to the list, send e-mail, using your preferred e-mail program, to email@example.com. In the body of the mail, include the single line:
where "Firstname Lastname" is your real name, properly capitalized. Note that your e-mail address does not appear in the command; the From: line in the e-mail specifies your address.
If you would like to remove yourself from the list, again send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and in the body of the message, include the single line:
The signoff command must be sent from the same e-mail address you used to subscribe.
SAS-L is a global mailing list. As such, discussion of the K-State site-license program is not relevant. However, this is the appropriate list to discuss statistical problems and ask SAS questions.
Subscribing and signing off this list can be done with the same procedures described above. Be sure to substitute the name of this list, SAS-L, in place of KSU-SAS.
This list is mirrored on Network News under the name comp.soft-sys.sas. You can access the group using your preferred news client, typically nn on the Unix system and Netscape Navigator on other platforms.
SAS training is available in several forms, including training classes offered by the SAS Institute. For details, check "Customer Support & Training" at SAS's website, support.sas.com.