The Office Student&Teacher addition EULA is veeeeeery forgiving. To purchase, all you have to do is be in school (any school) or a teacher. The license does not expire after you graduate OR drop out from that school. Also, up to two other computers in the same household can also install the product. Worst case scenario: buy it and if something happens tell them you were in school when you bought it. Unless you're like 65, it wouldn't be disproven. But, I must agree with the above statement. Microsoft doesn't really care. If they cared, they wouldn't have made a $350 single-license product into a $125 triple-license product. Apparently, they do care with Windows, because they have all that stupid activation and validation garbage now. BUT, I ramble; peace out.