This article applies to: Software Licensing
Maple is an analytical computation software package and computer algebra system for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux. It is manufactured by MapleSoft.
April 13, 2018: Maple 2018 has been released, and is now available for download. All current Maple subscribers are entitled to upgrade to Maple 2018 at no additional cost.
Purchase a License
Our Maple license runs from 24 June through 23 June of the following calendar year. All Maple licenses expire on the same date, regardless of date of initial purchase. We are not able to offer prorated pricing.
TTo purchase a license, please use the CU Software Online Store.
Maple is available to Cornell University faculty and staff. There is a license fee for this software. To purchase a license, please use the CU Software Online Store.
Please select the appropriate OS-version for download. Maple is being distributed with the FlexLM and Application bundled together. You will not have to download each separately. Please remember that you will need the license information (emailed to you with your order confirmation) to complete the installation.
Maple does not require a license file prior to installation. In order to obtain your network license, you must complete the activation process after installing Maple. For instructions on how to activate Maple, refer to the Install.html file found within the downloaded Maple installation files.
For additional product information, please visit the Maplesoft website.
- Maple 2018 for Windows 64-bit
- Maple 2018 for Windows 32-bit
- Maple 2018 for Macintosh
- Maple 2018 for Linux 64-bit
- Maple 2017 for Windows 64-bit
- Maple 2017 for Windows 32-bit
- Maple 2017 for Macintosh
- Maple 2017 for Linux 64-bit
- Maple 2016 for Windows 64-bit
- Maple 2016 for Windows 32-bit
- Maple 2016 for Macintosh
- Maple 2016 for Linux 64-bit
- Maple 2015 for Windows 64-bit
- Maple 2015 for Windows 32-bit
- Maple 2015 for Macintosh
- Maple 2015 for Linux 64-bit
- Maple 2015 for Linux 32-bit
If you experience problems setting up your Maple network license please refer to the Maplesoft's frequently asked questions page first. If this does not solve the problem, contact the CU Software Licensing Service for assistance.