September 1, 1999–Judging from the response of the Virginia Tech faculty and students who pressed for the renewal of the site license, Mathematica has been well integrated into the courses and laboratories at the institution. In August 1999, Virginia Tech (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) renewed its Unlimited Mathematica Academic Site License for another three years.
Virginia Tech, one of the top 20 engineering schools in the United States, has held a Mathematica site license since June 1993. The Mathematica software is made available on all university-owned computers and is also included as part of a software bundle that approximately two thousand entering freshmen acquire each fall for use on their personal computers.
For more information on getting a Mathematica site license, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.wolfram.com/solutions/highered/academicpurchase.