GitLab provides qualified educational institutions with three different options for using GitLab on their campus:
Qualifying educational institutions may receive an Academic Discount of 20% off the current GitLab list price for each tier, either self-managed or SaaS. The discount will be applied at the discretion of the account owner and their regional sales leadership where applicable.
Qualifying educational institutions may purchase a campus-wide enterprise license.
The subscription at the agreed upon enrollment tier is valid for one year from the close date. No adjustments to the tier will be made during the subscription year.
The GitLab for Campuses enterprise offering is available at the following tiers:
|Institution Size||Deployment||SKU Name|
|Up to 4,999||SaaS||[EDU Enterprise-Small] SaaS - Ultimate (formerly Gold) - 1 Year|
|5,000 up to 9,999||SaaS||[EDU Enterprise-Medium] SaaS - Ultimate (formerly Gold) - 1 Year|
|10,000 up to 24,999||SaaS||[EDU Enterprise-Large] SaaS - Ultimate (formerly Gold) - 1 Year|
|25,000 and over||SaaS||[EDU Enterprise-XLarge] SaaS - Ultimate (formerly Gold) - 1 Year|
|Up to 4,999||Self-Managed||[EDU Enterprise-Small] Self-Managed - Ultimate - 1 Year|
|5,000 up to 9,999||Self-Managed||[EDU Enterprise-Medium] Self-Managed - Ultimate - 1 Year|
|10,000 up to 24,999||Self-Managed||[EDU Enterprise-Large] Self-Managed - Ultimate - 1 Year|
|25,000 and over||Self-Managed||[EDU Enterprise-XLarge] Self-Managed - Ultimate - 1 Year|
*Institution size is determined by the last published student enrollment (undergraduate and graduate) within one year of the contract closing.
Qualified educational institution: an institution that has been accredited by an authorized agency within its applicable local, state, provincial, federal, or national government and has the primary purpose of affording instruction and conferring degrees. Qualified educational institutions can be public or private and must be non-profit/non-commercial.
The individual educational institution maybe organized under one corporate organization and government. Individual educational institutions generally have a uniquely identifiable email domain, governance, branding, degrees, administration, and colleges.
Individual institutions may be part of a larger state, regional, or national university system.
University or Institution Campus: individual educational institutions may have campuses located in a geographically separate locations from their main campus. The campus is generally a sub-unit of the main educational institution such that it reports to the same administration, uses the same email domain, has some level of shared degrees and services, and often the mascot and branding are shared.
University College or University School: a constituent unit or division of an educational institution. Generally, colleges are a collection of various related departments organized within its own governance within the wider educational institution structure. Colleges or schools may be named according to the types of degrees offered within the unit, for example, professional degrees or academic degrees. Colleges and schools are typically directly administered by a Dean that reports to the institution's governance.
Research centers, institutes, and center-like units: educational institutions commonly have a sub-unit organized around a specific research topic. These units may be the administrative home to faculty, students, and staff. Governance of the unit falls within the institution as a whole. Email domains, shared services, are all aligned with the primary institution.
Stand-alone College: this type of college is typically a stand-alone, entity smaller than a typical university, that emphasizes undergraduate education. Some colleges offer a broad range of academic areas while others specialize in professional or vocational training. In this U.S., there are nearly 1,000 community colleges that offer 2-year associate degrees or 4-year degrees. Stand-alone colleges are considered in an individual educational institution for the purposes of this model.
University System or Institutional System: a system is a set of affiliated universities, colleges, educational institutions, or research institutions that are geographically distributed and governed by a system-wide governing body such as a board of regents or a board of trustees.
Online Campus/University: An online campus or online university, often branded as a Global Campus, may be affiliated with a University but is often a separate entity. The entity may be legally organized as a as a non-profit University or as a public-benefit corporation. Wholly online campuses or universities associated with a institution are considered an individual educational institution for the purposes of this model. The eligibility of wholly online campuses and universities will be determined on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the regional sales team. The legal organization, for-profit status, enrollment, and other factors will be examined in determining the eligibility of the entity.
For-Profit Universities/Colleges: Universities and colleges owned and operation by for-profit businesses are not eligible for the enterprise education offering.
For-Profit Units: Individual non-profit institutions may have directly affiliated entities that are managed and operated by a for-profit entity or mechanism. This may include online program managers (for-profit online programs), endowment money managers, startup incubators, etc. For-profit units are excluded from the enterprise education offering unless specifically agreed upon by GitLab and indicated on the order form.
Educationally Related Entities: any entity that does not meet the qualifying criteria, such as code academies, massive open online course providers, bootcamps, and professional training centers, do not qualify for the GitLab for Campuses enterprise offering.
In order to be eligible for the education enterprise pricing model medical colleges must meet the following criteria:
The following are not eligible for the GitLab for Campuses enterprise offering: