- I would like to know the difference between the Unity Student plan and the Educational License Grant.
- Should I request access to the Unity Student Plan?
The Unity Student plan is for individual students to create, learn, and share their Unity projects at home, school, or elsewhere.
The Educational License Grant is used by educators at academic institutions to teach Unity in the classroom.
How can I add educational licenses as seats in my organization?
Hello Brent, thanks for your comment!
Just to let you know, our Educational Grant Licenses work a little differently to our standard 'online' licenses or those provided by the Student Plan. Educational licenses are not managed online so do not have the same seat based functionality.
In order to activate and manage educational licenses, you would need to activate them manually/offline using a command line process. When you received your Educational licenses you should have been provided with some steps on how you can get up and running with them.
I hope this helps!
How do I remove Educational License seats from classroom computers that are broken/reformatted? I would like to re-use these Educational Licenses in our new classroom computers.
Hi Makmal FTSM
Thanks for your question.
In order to remove the Educational License seats from your classroom, you need to contact Support for clearing the existing activations. We do not have for the moment an online way for you to remove the licenses in the school machines.
Note: when contacting Support, please provide the license serial number and the machine names you want to clear.
Hope this is helpful.
All the best.
Hi please help I can't create seats for my students I see what brent wrote 2 years ago but did not see anything after activating my license about this and have emailed Unity with no reply to my question.
Thank you for your recent comment. I am sorry to hear that you are having some issues here.
I can see that you have submitted a ticket with us today and my colleague Mika has already reached out to you. Please reply to Mika's email and they can work with you to solve this.
If there is anything else you need in the meantime, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively, you can submit a ticket via this web form.
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