To create a SolidProfessor student membership, go to our online Student Store.

K-12

If you are an elementary, middle, or high school student, you will use a SolidProfessor enrollment key to create your SolidProfessor student membership.

  1. To get started, go to our online Student Store.
  2. Select your school from the drop-down menu.
  3. Enter your email address and click "Continue":

    4. Select "I already have an enrollment key" in the Membership setup drop-down,           enter your enrollment key, and click "Continue":

    5. To finish creating your student membership, fill out the form with your                            information and click "Sign up."

You will automatically be logged into your account, where you can select your instructor's class on the Classes section of the Dashboard. Click on the class in which you'd like to enroll:

If the class requires a class code, enter it now.

You're all set! Click on the class in which you just enrolled to get started on your assignments. Happy learning!

Post-Secondary

As a post-secondary student, you can use one of two methods to create a student membership:

  • Activate an enrollment key you purchased in your school's bookstore.
  • Use a credit card to purchase your membership directly from SolidProfessor.

To get started, go to our online Student Store:

  1. Select your school from the drop-down menu.
  2.  Enter your email address and click "Continue."

   3. Select how you would like to set up your student membership: using an                      enrollment key or paying with a credit card. Click "Continue":

   4. To finish creating or renewing your student membership, fill out the form with               your information and click "Sign up."

You will automatically be logged into your account, where you can select your instructor's class on the Classes section of the Dashboard. Click on the class in which you'd like to enroll:

If the class requires a class code, enter it now.

You're all set! Click on the class in which you just enrolled to get started on your assignments. Happy learning!

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