What is available?

OSU used to give out a disc with software that is handy to have and use for classes and work. This disc was produced by the OSU Computer Helpdesk, but having many left over we have decided to forgo the CD this year and have everything web based. If you would still like a CD, or a flash drive with this software, you can always come to the walk-up helpdesk kiosk computer. At the kiosk, you can get the software on your USB flash drive or a CD.


What OSU provides...

OSU students, staff, and faculty with an ONID account have access to StatGraphics Centurion XV and Cisco VPN? software for download.


These software applications are the only "non-freeware" applications that are available for those affiliated with OSU.


You will need a valid ONID account login in order to get to the software.

You can also obtain the OSUware software from our walk-up kiosk located on the 2nd floor of the Valley Library. You can find more information about the OSUware Kiosk here:

OSUware Kiosk


You can obtain the Cisco VPN software here.

You will need a valid ONID account login in order to get to the software.


We have create a set of recommend solutions of anti-virus for the common anti-virus platforms. You can find out how to install them and their basic uses at these pages:

Freeware recommended by OSU:

Windows Software

The following software is available for Windows Vista/7/8:

Macintosh OS X Software

The following software is available for Macintosh OS X:

OSUWare StatGraphics

This software is licensed by Oregon State University for Students and Employees to install on personally owned computers.

If you need software for a University owned computer please check with your Department Computer Administrator (DCA) or visit the software distribution website.

When asked, please enter your domain followed by your username in the username field. For example, ONID users will insert ONID\onidusername in the username field when prompted for authentication.


This software is licensed for use by current OSU employees and students on personally owned computers. To comply with the license agreement, this software must be removed from personal computers once you are no longer employed at OSU, or are no longer a registered student. It is illegal for you to utilize this software once you are not associated with OSU.

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StatGraphics Centurion XVI

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StatGraphics Download Serial #
Windows 32-bit KAB0-AB0A-C6C0-YK0E-3EM2
64-bit LAA0-9B0A-0DC0-YK0E-3EM3

Organization: You must put Oregon State University in the Organization field when installing StatGraphics.

Warranty and License - This is the license agreement

README.txt - Tips and hints from the vendor.

For further information, please visit the StatGraphics website.

OSUware Kiosk

What is the OSUware kiosk?

To provide quality service to customers with infected computers and those who cannot download the software, the help desk implemented a self-service Kiosk computer that will allow customers to transfer OSUware software to a CD or USB flash drive on demand. The kiosk is a computer available to all OSU employees, emeriti, and students that would like anti-virus software for their computers.

Where is the OSUware kiosk?

The kiosk is located on the main floor of the The Valley Library, between the OSU Computer Helpdesk and library Reference Desk.

What software is available from the kiosk?

Apple computers

  • A document with a list and links to free software.

Windows computers

  • Statgraphics
  • A document with a list and links to free software.

What is required to get the software?

  1. An affiliation with OSU that grants you an ONID account.
  2. A functioning ONID account.
  3. A USB flash drive or writeable CD (CD-R/CD+R.)

Why is a large batch of CDs no longer produced?

The OSU Computer Helpdesk took a more cost effective approach to the OSUware CD this year, which delivers up-to-date software to customers in a timely manner. More people use high speed Internet connections which allows the software packages to be downloaded easier.


  1. Up-to-date software available to a broader audience.
  2. More economical and environmentally sustainable.

What are my options if I live outside of Corvallis, or do not want a CD?

  • Use your Internet connection at home, visit a local library, use a Wi-Fi enabled hot spot, or go to a friend's house to download the software to your computer or flash drive.