GitHub Education helps you teach or learn software development with the tools and support of GitHub's platform and community.
As a student, you can apply to join GitHub Global Campus and receive access to the student resources and benefits offered by GitHub Education
If you're a teacher, you can apply to join GitHub Global Campus and receive access to the resources and benefits of GitHub Education.
Maximize the benefits of using GitHub at your institution for your students, instructors, and IT staff with GitHub Education and our various training programs for students and instructors.
Teachers and school administrators can use GitHub Classroom to create virtual classrooms, make and edit assignments, automatically grade assignment submissions, and more.
As a student, use GitHub to collaborate on your school projects and build real-world experience.
As a teacher, use GitHub to collaborate on your work in a classroom, student or research group, and more.
With GitHub Desktop, you can interact with GitHub using a GUI instead of the command line or a web browser. You can use GitHub Desktop to complete most Git commands from your desktop, such as pushing to, pulling from, and cloning remote repositories, attributing commits, and creating pull requests, with visual confirmation of changes.
Create a personal account to get started with GitHub.
There are a lot of helpful Git and GitHub resources available.