• What's the SketchUp Pro Statewide License Grant? What's SketchUp Pro? What's Google Earth? Who's eligible for the license grant? How do we apply? What types of licenses will we be receiving? How does SketchUp Pro lab licensing work? Is our license a perpetual or termed license? How long will it take for us to receive our license codes after we have filled out the requ

  • Absolutely not. Any educator who is teaching any subject, computer-related or not, qualifies for a free Educator License. We're interested to see what you'll do with it. Think it might be of benefit to your Spanish class? History? Physics? We think so, too. Request a license and let us know how things went.

  • The only difference between educational licenses and commercial licenses is that educational licenses have an expiration date. Functionally, there's no difference at all - both licenses allow you to do exactly the same things in SketchUp. Because educational licenses expire, though, we're able to offer free version upgrades on educational licensees, and no maintenance fees. Commercial licenses never expire, but there is an additional cost to upgrade (or an additional cost when buying a new license), unless otherwise noted.

  • If you purchased or received your SketchUp Pro educational license from a reseller (the serial number does not end in -ALW or -alm), please contact the reseller for more information. If you purchased or received your SketchUp Pro education license from Trimble, then please contact us for assistance upgrading the license.

  • To order a new (or to renew) your SketchUp Pro educator license, contact your local reseller who will fulfill your request at no cost. In order to complete the license request, they will require proof of academic verification. Educator licenses expire one year from the date they were generated, and you can apply each year for a new license, so long as you are still an educator.