Apply for an EDU license

To apply for the EDU license, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure you qualify for an EDU license.
  2. Create a Shapr3D account using the email address provided by your institution.
  3. Verify your account.
  4. Go to shapr3d.com/pricing
  5. Select Free for Students and Educators.

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  6. Log in with your Shapr3D account.
  7. Fill out all fields on the Request EDU license form.

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    Tip

    If your institution is part of the Shapr3D whitelist, you don't need to attach any documents and can proceed to the last step.

  8. For faster processing, make sure to attach the following documents:
    • Student/faculty ID with an expiration date
    • Supporting document that proves you are an active member of the educational institution
  9. Select Send Request.

Approval timeline

After you apply for an EDU license, the Shapr3D team will review your application. The result will be sent to you via email within 3 to 4 business days.

If your institution is part of the Shapr3D whitelist, your request will be automatically approved within 1 business day.

Approved application

Once your application is approved, you can start using Shapr3D Pro right away.

To get started, visit Shapr3D basics.

Declined application

An EDU application may be declined due to any of the following reasons:

  • You applied with a personal email address instead of the email address provided by the educational institution.
  • The valid ID you attached has already expired or doesn’t have an expiration date.
  • You didn’t attach any supporting documents to prove that you’re an active member of the educational institution. You can attach any of the following documents:
    • Screenshot of your online student portal
    • Signed and stamped document that confirms your active status as a member of the educational institution.

Once you have the complete requirements, you can re-apply at any time.

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