How to help your college access Coursera for free during COVID-19
Bring Coursera for Campus to your college or university by having a professor, department head, or university leader sign up by July 31, 2020.
As of early April, colleges and universities are closed in more than 175 countries, and more than 220 million college students have had their studies ended or disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re a student at a college or university impacted by the coronavirus outbreak, Coursera and our partners want to help you keep learning.
As we continue to roll out new initiatives to support learners across the globe during this crisis, we want to make you aware of two key steps you can take today, starting with helping your school get access to Coursera for Campus.
Coursera for Campus
Coursera for Campus empowers any university to offer high-quality, job-relevant online education to its students. From now through July 31, 2020, this program is available globally at no cost to any university impacted by COVID-19, and provides access to over 3,800 courses from leading universities and companies.
Here’s how to help your university gain free access to Coursera for Campus
To bring Coursera for Campus to your college or university, use this message to ask a professor, department head, or university leader to sign up by July 31, 2020.
The Coursera for Campus learning experience
Once your university signs up, you’ll have access to 3,800 courses, Specializations and Professional Certificates that empower you to:
- Learn from leading universities and companies: Stream on-demand video lectures from top instructors in subjects like business, computer science, data science, language learning, & more.
- Get career-ready: Build in-demand skills in IT, data science, AI, and more with self-paced quizzes and hands-on projects.
- Explore any interest: Try everything from computer science to creative writing and more with no risk to your GPA.
- Earn unlimited certificates: Demonstrate your new skills with shareable Course, Specialization, and Professional Certificates for every program you complete.
“Coursera for Campus helped Duke Kunshan University make a quick online pivot when the campus was closed due to the coronavirus epidemic. Faculty benefited from access to a high-quality library of courseware from hundreds of Coursera partners. Students dove right into learning new skills on their own—some finishing four courses in just the first few days.”
—Matthew Rascoff, Associate Vice Provost, Digital Education & Innovation, Duke Learning Innovation
Explore free courses you can start today
In addition to helping your institution get access to Coursera for Campus, you can also start learning independently today with free courses for college students or other free learning resources that we’re sharing with our community during this time. We also invite you to connect with learners around the world in the Coursera Community, and share your questions, ideas, and comments about how our community can continue to support and learn from each other.
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