Who Can Access This Software

Faculty, staff, and students


SAS is a powerful software system that includes a programming language, many statistical features, hundreds of built-in functions, macro capability, reporting functions, and graphics.

How to Access This Software

The complete set of multi-platform installers for SAS 9.4 TS1M7 for Order Number 9CKQVW is available for download below. These licenses expire on June 30, 2022:

Platform Tech Support Site Number Notes
Windows Server x86 (32-bit) 70003678 n/a
Solaris 64-bit 70003679 n/a
Windows Workstation x86 (32-bit) 70006350 n/a
Windows Workstation 64-bit 7084839 n/a
Windows Server 64-bit 70093398 n/a
LINUX x64 70095270 n/a
Windows Workstation x86 (32-bit) 70106143 Contains only: Base SAS, SAS Enterprise Guide, SAS Enterprise Miner Personal Client
Windows Workstation 64-bit 70106144 Contains only: Base SAS, SAS Enterprise Guide, SAS Enterprise Miner Personal Client

Download for Faculty/Staff

Download for Students

Install Instructions

Please Note: The full version of SAS is not available for the Mac OS operating system. SAS University Edition for students is available for both Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.

Renewing Your SAS License

If you have installed SAS on your computer and need to renew your annual software license, see Renewing Your SAS License on the ITS website. To download SAS licenses, see

SAS University Edition

Students can also install SAS on their personal laptops by downloading the free SAS University Edition from the SAS website at This version works on both the Windows and Mac operating systems.

For more information on SAS University Edition, please see the SAS Resources for Students section of

SAS in the USC Computing Centers

SAS is available on computers located in the following USC Computing Centers:

  • Ahmanson Information Commons in Leavey Library (LVL Lower Level)
  • King Hall (KOH) 206
  • Waite Phillips Hall (WPH) B34

For information on accessing software in these USC Computing Centers, see

Additionally, SAS is available for use on USC’s compute facilities and on the High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster.

Remote Access through

This software is also available through ITS’s virtual desktop interface (VDI), For information on how to access applications through, visit