AutoCAD is modeling software that allows the user to create 2D/3D CAD designs. With the multiple features like the multi-function grips, blend tools, and object and layer transparency any user will be able to quickly and efficiently render 2D/3D models.
Check the system requirements for AutoCAD to see if your operating system and computer can handle the program. Because system requirements change with each software update, refer to the proper version for your software version for the latest information on supported operating systems and browsers.
AutoCAD license agreement
AutoCAD is available at no charge for education and research purposes.
How to obtain
Visit the Technology Support departmental website at https://www.depts.ttu.edu/itts/software/autocad.php for the latest information. This page will likely guide you to an AutoDesk website. You can set up an account with your TechMail address and then be allowed to download the software as part of the educational license.
AutoCAD may be available in ATLC computer labs on campus. For a list of software available in the ATLC labs, please see Software installed on the computers in the ATLC.
To see a detailed list of software available for students, faculty, and staff, please see TTU software available at ATLC, eRaider Software Downloads, and Microsoft 365.