|Platform||Windows. View system requirements.|
|Faculty, Staff & Students|
|Software Depot Installation Policy||
California State University, Long Beach has a site license for the SAS Education Analytic Suite (EAS) statistical software. It is an annual subscription coordinated by Academic Technology Services. The SAS license period is from July 1 through June 30 of each year.
The license provides SAS software for installation on university-owned computers. Software installation always requires administrative privileges of which you may not have on your university-owned computer. Please contact your division, department or college technologist for assistance. Faculty, staff and students can also install SAS on their personally owned computers that are primarily used for CSULB business.
SAS 9.4 for Windows TS1M2 64-bit is available on CSULB Software Depot. It is the recommended release as it is the most current. This version is also required for SAS Enterprise Miner. Those with previous versions SAS 9.3 or SAS 9.4 can download the current authorization file from CSULB Software Depot.
Visit the SAS website to learn about its products and features.
Detailed system requirements can be reviewed at support.sas.com. Specific links include the following.
SAS 9.4 can be downloaded from the Software Depot. if you have a high speed network and over 30 GB of free hard disk space. The Software Depot steps are listed below.
Users can borrow the 2013-2014 software at the University Library Reserve desk. The software is on DVD media due to its size. The installation steps are listed below:
See the SAS Foundation installation instructions for details.
As an example, go to http://support.sas.com/kb/43/650.html to review the installation of 64-bit SAS 9.3 with screen captures.
Note: users with personally-owned computers are required to have an administrative account with a password other than "blank" to successfully install SAS. Your password needs to be at least eight (8) characters long for SAS to recognize it during the installation process. Contact your division, department or college technologist for assistance with installing SAS on university-owned computers.
Please submit questions, problems or suggestions regarding the SAS license.