Your school may give you a special academic discount for an Evernote Business account. Even if you are a “non-traditional” student, your institution may qualify. Worth a look!
Evernote Business is typically a professional, team-oriented account. It includes the features available in the Premium price range and provides additional tools for group work.
This makes this deal attractive to check if you are a student, teacher, parent or administrator.
- academic discount
- About Evernote Business vs. Other Plans
- How the discount is given
- Personal problems
- Eligibility overview
Evernote Business may be available to eligible institutions. In the past, these discounts amounted to 75%.
About Evernote Business vs. Other Plans
Evernote offers free, premium, and business plans that offer various access to the desktop, mobile, and online versions of the popular note-taking app.
The free account is a general solution for personal or occasional use.
The premium is about $5 per month and is great for sole traders and other professionals. It offers valuable extras, including PDF annotations, searchable text on images and password lock.
Evernote for Business includes everything Premium does, and then some. This tier is usually around $10 a month and is great for teams or, in this case, classes and study groups. So with the discount, you or your school can pay about $2.50 per month per person. Again, all discount percentages are subject to current Evernote offerings.
How the discount is given
For this discount, you or your school must pay the full amount of the first installment, with the credit applied retroactively. After that, 25% on all subsequent payments will be charged to accounts, for example thanks to a 75% discount.
Evernote has a minors policy that the school must agree to. In general, schools are responsible for disclosing privacy issues to their students.
The Evernote sites linked in this article will link you to this information. Schools also take responsibility for ensuring that product users are supervised by guardians, parents and/or school administrators.
Evernote may even ask schools to provide consent forms, so you want to make sure this works for your organization and ultimately for your students and their guardians.
While interested parties should visit Evernote’s main website for full terms and details, here are general eligibility guidelines.
You need to look for this discount for a minimum of 5 users.
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“Qualifying educational institutions are defined as public or private K-12, vocational schools, correspondence schools, religious schools, junior colleges, colleges, universities or scientific or technical schools, degree-granting schools or universities that are organized and operated solely for the purpose of being enrolled students and is not affiliated with any private or public corporation or business entity Degree-granting schools must require at least the equivalent of two years of full-time study Schools must be accredited by an accrediting agency recognized nationally by the United States Secretary of State Education or, in the case of K-12 public institutions, recognized or approved by the State Department of Education in which it is located.
To apply, you must provide the school name, contact details, the school website, and other details or documentation.
Note that you may be asked to create an Evernote account first to apply for this discount.
Find out the exact requirements, including minor rules and how institutions must obtain parental consent for children under 13, by visiting this Evernote for Schools site, which may direct you to an Evernote for Business post.