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About GitHub Global Campus for teachers

GitHub Global Campus offers teachers a central place to access tools and resources for working more effectively inside and outside of the classroom.

As a faculty member at an accredited educational institution, you can apply for GitHub Global Campus, which includes GitHub Education benefits and resources. For more information, see "Apply to GitHub Global Campus as a teacher."

GitHub Global Campus is a portal that allows the GitHub Education Community to access their education benefits, all in one place. Once you are a verified GitHub Global Campus teacher, you can access GitHub Global Campus anytime by going to the GitHub Education website.

GitHub Global Campus portal for teachers

Before applying for an individual discount, check if your learning community is already partnered with us as a GitHub Campus Program school. For more information, see "About GitHub Campus Program."

GitHub Global Campus features for teachers

GitHub Global Campus is a portal from which you can access your GitHub Education benefits and resources, all in one place. On the GitHub Global Campus portal, teachers of all levels can:

  • Apply for free GitHub Team, which allows unlimited users and private repositories. For more information, see "Apply to GitHub Global Campus as a teacher."
  • View an overview of your active GitHub Classroom, including recent assignments and your class's progress at a glance, as well as links to GitHub Classroom.
  • View and interact with GitHub Discussions posted by your peers from around the world to discuss current trends in technology education, and see the latest posts from our GitHub Education blog.
  • See student events curated by GitHub Education and student leaders.
  • Stay in the know on what the student community is interested in by rewatching recent Campus TV episodes. Campus TV is created by GitHub and student community leaders and can be watched live or on demand.
  • Request a GitHub swag bag with educational materials and goodies for your students.

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