Deepnote is built from the bottom up to help people work together. Educational institutions around the globe use Deepnote to teach data science and foster collaboration between both students and instructors.
The free Education plan provides even more collaboration options, giving users access to all Deepnote features and the ability to invite an unlimited number of educators and students.
There are three ways to verify your Education plan:
When signing up to Deepnote for the first time, enter your valid school email address. A link will be sent to you from Deepnote asking you to verify your email address. Once you verify your email, you can create your first Deepnote workspace and access all your free benefits.
If you already signed up using your personal or private email address, you can still get your free Education plan directly in the Deepnote app. Go to Settings -> Upgrade -> Education plan
You’re eligible if:
- You’re a student or educator at an accredited college, university, or K-12.
- You're part of another educational institution, MOOC, or NGO.
- You have a school email address (we don’t accept student IDs or other documentation for verification).
You’re not eligible if:
- Your Deepnote account is associated with a personal email address, such as a Gmail or Outlook address.
If your school email address has not been verified automatically, and you believe you're eligible for Deepnote's free Education plan, please get in touch with us at email@example.com. We'll verify your request manually.
If you haven't received your verification email, please check your spam folder and wait a moment. It might take up to 15 minutes to receive your confirmation email. After 15 minutes, please request us to resend it.
If your school email address is not automatically recognized and you decide to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, it might take a couple of days to complete your verification.