Adobe Sign

A basic guide to Adobe Sign.

Adobe Sign

Adobe Sign is a digital signature application that allows users to securely sign, initial, and enter other information on an electronic document rather than a physical copy. It is used when a legal, or "wet," signature is required on a document (examples include contracts, application forms, new hire onboarding forms, nondisclosure agreements, vendor onboarding documents and RFPs, change authorizations, and government benefits enrollment forms). With Adobe Sign, electronic documents are automatically routed through the approval process as they are signed, eliminating time lost while a paper document is routed from person to person.

Anyone can use Adobe Sign to sign documents that have been sent to them through the Adobe Sign system. Special access is needed only if you are generating documents that need to be signed. To request access, faculty and staff can email requesting access and sending it to the attention of Jen Anderson.

Further information about campus access to Adobe Sign, including information on how to use it, is available here:

Please review these Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about if Adobe Sign is the right solution for you:

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OwnerMatthew M.GroupSchool of Information Sciences
Created2023-06-08 16:52:04Updated2023-07-17 17:27:27
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