Individual university students and teachers who associate their accounts with their school email addresses can get our Plus Plan for free.
Students and educators that sign up with their school emails will have access to all Plus Plan features, with the exception of adding workspace members. Also, for a limited time, student organizations at U.S. accredited higher institutions can apply to receive our Plus Plan with additional members, 100% free. Apply here →
To take advantage of the free Plus Plan for students and educators:
Make sure that the email address associated with your Notion account is the one provided by your school.
If it isn’t, change your email on file to your educational email by clicking
Settings & membersin your sidebar, then
Next to email, select
Change email. You may have to verify your existing email.
Enter your educational email address. We’ll send a verification code to this email address. Enter this code into Notion, then select
If you’re already on a paid plan, you’ll want to downgrade before getting access to the Plus Plan. To do this, select
Settings & members→
Downgradeunder the plan you want to downgrade to.
Once you’ve downgraded, or if you’re already on a Free Plan, you should see a button that says
Get free education plan. Select this button.
If your school is recognized by our system, you'll be upgraded automatically and you're good to go!
If your school is not recognized by our system, you'll see a pop-up message informing you why. If you're still seeing this pop-up after changing your email, your university may not be on our list. Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help!
Note: You'll need to associate your Notion account with a valid educational email address in order to upgrade — we don't accept student IDs or other documentation to verify at this time. Personal email addresses (like gmail.com or outlook.com) are not eligible. Sorry about that!
For individual students & educators, our free Plus Plan includes:
Note: Unlike the paid Plus Plan, the free Education Plan can only have one member.
If you’re using Notion as an individual educator or student, you can add guests to your workspace to collaborate on our Education plan.
If you are using Notion for your student organization, for a limited time, you can apply to our student organization discount to add members to your workspace, free of charge. More information about the discount here.
On any page you want to share with others, go to
Shareat the top right.
Enter the email address of anyone you want to invite.
Select a level of access for that person from the dropdown (i.e. read-only, edit-only, comment-only) and press
They'll receive an email with a link to the page.
If they don't already use Notion, they can sign up to access your page.
Note: When you invite someone to a page, they can automatically access all of its sub-pages by default. That being said, you can restrict or expand sub-page permissions!
Using the method shown in above, you can essentially share an entire workspace:
Create one top-level page in your sidebar with all the sub-pages you want other people to access.
Invite anyone you want to collaborate or share content with.
You can add as many guests as you want for free.
If you're brand new to Notion, we recommend you start here to quickly pick up the basics of writing, editing, and organizing your content.
Our templates are also a great first step — they provide some structure, and you can customize them however you want! We have a bunch just for students and teachers:
In your sidebar, click the
Or, you can use the
+ New pagebutton or any of the
+buttons in your sidebar to create a new page, and select
Templatesfrom the grayscale menu.
Once you find a template you like, click the blue
Use this templatebutton at the top right to add it to your workspace.
Templates: Within the app, templates for students and teachers can be found under the
You can also check out our template gallery for education users via the
↗ Browse more templates button at the bottom right of the template picker, or by clicking here →
Unfortunately, you'll need to associate your Notion account with a valid educational email address in order to upgrade — we don't accept student IDs or other documentation to verify at this time. Personal email addresses (like gmail.com or outlook.com) are not eligible. Sorry about that!
Not at the moment, unfortunately — you'll need to associate your Notion account with an educational email address in order to upgrade to the free educational plan. You can change your email by navigating to the
My Account tab of
Settings & Members in the sidebar.
Notion is the perfect tool for school. We’d like to support the next generation of thinkers, dreamers, and leaders.
Yes! Go to the
Settings & Members panel in Notion, select the
My Account tab, then click
Change Email under the
Personal Info section. Enter your student email address. Next, navigate to the
Upgrade tab in
Settings & Members. Scroll down, and click the button that says
Get free education plan (you won't see this if you're on an Enterprise Plan already).
If your school is recognized by our system, you'll be upgraded automatically and you're good to go! You’ll receive a prorated credit for the remaining value of your term which can be applied to future Notion purchases.
You’re eligible if:
You’re a student or educator at an accredited college or university.
You have a school email address. We don’t accept student IDs or other documentation to verify at this time.
You’re not eligible if:
You’re a K-12 student or K-12 educator. But you can still use our Free Plan with unlimited storage for free! Learn more on our pricing page.
Your Notion account is associated with a personal email address, such as a gmail.com or email address.
You can continue using your free student account as long as it’s associated with a university email address. You’ll have the opportunity to change your email address and switch to a paid plan upon graduation. We hope you’ll stick with us 🤞
This happens if your university or educational institution isn't recognized by our system. Our support team can help! Just use the
? button at the bottom right of the Notion app to send us a message, or you can email us at email@example.com.
You won't see the option to upgrade to the Education Plan if you're already subscribed to a Plus Plan or Enterprise Plan, or if you have multiple admins/members in your workspace.
This educational discount is only valid for the Plus Plan — unfortunately there isn't a discount for Enterprise Plans.
You can still collaborate with your classmates on your Plus Plan though, using guest access. Learn more about guests here →
For a limited time, we’ll be opening up applications to offer our Plus Plan for free to all verified student organizations at accredited higher education institutions in the U.S.
Our Plus Plan offers unlimited blocks & file uploads for teams, ability to add multiple members to a workspace, 30 day page history, up to 100 guests, and more.
Find more information on the discount here.
In order for your application form to be successfully process, it meets all of the following requirements:
You’ve selected an eligible U.S. higher education institution in the dropdown
Your account email is a verified domain from your selected institution.
You are a workspace admin of your student organization’s workspace.
Your student organization is officially registered by your institution.
Your student organization’s link is hosted on your university’s official website — note, the link you provide must be on your university’s main website domain.
If you believe that you meet all of the requirements above, please resubmit an application here, and we’ll be happy to review it!
If you have a student group at an accredited U.S. only higher education institution.
You can apply for your student org’s workspace to receive the new Notion for Student Groups discount here.
The discount is available for all verified student orgs at U.S. based accredited higher education institutions.
To demonstrate your student org is verified, please provide a link to your organization on your institution’s official website; we accept direct links to your institution’s student organization list or database.