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License Information

License Term:

Renews Annually on February 1

License Type: Site
Operating Systems:     

Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP, OS X (OS X 10.0 is not compatible with R2014a; 10.9 was dropped from R2016a; 10.10 support began with R2015b), Linux, (See Platform Road Map for MATLAB)

Institutional Computer Eligibility: All faculty/staff institutional machines eligible
Institutional Computer Fee:


Personal Computer Eligibility: Students may install on personal computers
Personal Computer Fee: No

Work at Home (WAH) Rights:

Faculty/Staff may install MATLAB on personally owned computers for classroom/course requirements and non-commercial academic research.


Installing the Software


Running from Research Computing Nobel Cluster


License Renewal

Additional Information

MathWorks periodically updates operating system support.  See the platform road map for the latest information on planned platform changes to MATLAB and Simulink products.

Students, faculty and staff are eligible to use the software on a personally-owned computer while employed/enrolled and must remove the software when they leave the University.


Site-licensed Products:

  • Simulink
  • Distributed Computing Server

Additional Toolboxes:

To install components individually see Notes at top of Installation page.

Communications System
Computer Vision System
Control System
Curve Fitting
DSP System
Data Acquisition
Embedded Coder
Filter Design HDL Coder
Financial Instruments
Fixed-Point Designer
Fuzzy Logic
Gauges Blockset (not in vR2016a)
Global Optimization
Image Acquisition
Image Processing
Instrument Control
MATLAB Compiler
MATLAB Report Generator
Neural Network
Parallel Computing
Partial Differential Equation
Robust Control
Signal Processing
SimPower Systems
Simulink 3D Animation
Simulink Coder
Simulink Control Design
Simulink Design Optimization
Simulink Real-Time
Spreadsheet Link EX
Statistics & Machine Learning
Symbolic Math
System Identification
MATLAB Online gives new and existing users instant access to MATLAB - no download or installation is required.  This means that everyone can use MATLAB Online on personal computers, lab computers, or Chromebooks.
Faculty, researchers and students access MATLAB Online by associating their MathWorks Account with the University's TAH license.  You can then log in to MATLAB Online at  To enable the access from any location as well as file sharing, MATLAB Drive is also available to everyone covered by  our license.  With MATLAB Drive, users can synchronize their MATLAB files between their computer, MATLAB Online, and MATLAB Mobile.
  • MATLAB access is instant; new users do not have to do download and install to get started.
  • The current release of MATLAB is always available for in-class assignments and homework.
  • Files are easily shared and synchronized across computers/devices.
  • Introductory courses can easily leverage MATLAB from a web browser.

For more information on MATLAB Online and limitations, go to:

MATLAB Online is not meant to replace desktop installations and does not contain all tools and functionality contained in our TAH license.  Since MATLAB Online is web-based, users need internet access to connect.


Educational Resources

Interactive MATLAB & Simulink Based Tutorials

MathWorks offers interactive tutorials especially designed for students.  Faculty may use this material to supplement their courses. The tutorials are narrated by engineers from MathWorks and include several interactive exercises to reinforce learning.

You can access tutorials at

MATLAB Online Training Courses

MathWorks offers online training courses:  You will need to log in with your MathWorks account.

Upcoming Webinars

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