Grad students with academic appointment
Maple may be purchased by faculty and staff on the Seattle campus only. UW budget number required. Grad students with an academic appointment are considered staff.
The software may be run on UW owned, or personally owned equipment.
The license is perpetual as long as the user is eligible.
Note: Bothell has it's own site license for Maple. see: http://www.uwb.edu/it/howdoi/compatible-software#Free
Maple may be requested from the College of Engineering Software ordering site. You must have your name and email address listed (and public) in the UW faculty, staff, or student online directory to order Maple.
The Maple library of procedures common to many scientific and engineering applications includes: linear algebra, number theory, statistics, group theory, linear optimization, differential forms, and student calculus.
Maple is licensed by the College of Engineering.
Maple is available for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux/Unix.
See the vendor's web site for additional information.
MaplePrimes is also available to University of Washington Maple users as part of our license.
MaplePrimes provides new add-on packages for Maple, electronic documentation, and many other Maple resources.
You may access the MaplePrimes web site at: http://www.mapleprimes.com
The UW authorization code on this web site will be sent to you after you "purchase" Maple.
This authorization code is unique to the UW and will allow each user to set-up their own personal account.
Maple is available for download here. No media, manuals or other physical materials are included.
During the installation, you will need your purchase code, provided when you "purchased" Maple here.
Complete system requirements and install instructions can be found on the vendor’s web site at: http://www.maplesoft.com/support/install/maple15_install.html
If you experience problems setting up your Maple license:
1. Review the licensing section of the installation instructions.
2. Refer to the FAQ page at:
Contact the College of Engineering at firstname.lastname@example.org
Free, secure, wireless network for travelers
Faculty, staff and grad students: Use your UW NetID to access the Internet using eduroam while visiting participating campuses and institutions.
Likewise, visitors from participating institutions can use the UW's wireless network and the Internet.
See IT Connect for details. But do join the SSID eduroam on the UW campus before you travel.