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Wrike’s student program allows university students to take advantage of a 15 user Wrike Professional account at no cost. Use Wrike to collaborate with other students, take notes, plan projects, keep track of assignments, plan when work needs to get done, and more.
Students with a .edu email address can visit our Wrike for Students page and use their .edu email address to register for an account.
Students without a .edu email address can reach out to our Support Team and we'll help get you setup. When you email us please let us know the name of your university or college and include:
|What you need to do
|How to use Wrike
|Track important due dates
|Add tests, quizzes, and project due dates as milestones to help you keep an eye on when important dates are coming up.
|Keep all your class information in one place by taking notes right in the description field.
|Plan your semester
|Add milestones and schedule start and end dates for tasks, then switch to the Gantt Chart to get a visual of what work needs to be done or to better plan when you’re going to work on assignments.
|Keep track of assignments
|Create Dashboard Widgets to track each classes upcoming assignments or readings.
|Break down your work
|Split up a big assignment into manageable pieces by using subtasks. Schedule and mark each subtask as complete individually.
|Collaborate with classmates
|Make sure everyone stays on the same page by using comments and @mentioning to help you communicate with your teammates.
|Work with teams
|Invite up to 14 other students to the account and start sharing Tasks, Folders, and Projects with them. Use the assignee field to keep track of who is responsible for what.
|Attach Box, Dropbox, or computer files to a Wrike task for easy access.
|Turn emails into action items
|Take advantage of Wrike’s email integration by turning emails into Wrike tasks.
|Access Wrike from your phone
|Download our iOS or Android app to use Wrike on the go.