We are pleased to offer an academic discount of 20% to colleges and universities whose primary mission is classroom education. The discount can be applied to qualified purchases of new copies of as well as upgrades to the GWB software. Research institutes and government organizations do not qualify for an academic discount, even if they are affiliated with or administered by a college or university. A qualifying academic department:
We regret that we cannot offer academic discounts on the basis of tax exempt status, employment of student workers, or provision of ancillary services to university teaching departments. Museums, geologic surveys, and bureaus of mines are not eligible.
Please contact our sales staff to request a discount code.
For only $200 you can provide up to 20 students on your university course roster with a GWB license. You must be a faculty member and maintain a license to the latest release of GWB Professional, Standard, or Essentials.
Licenses are for the corresponding GWB version and valid until six weeks past the end of the semester or term. Offer available only for students officially registered in regularly taught courses, and the software may be used for teaching purposes exclusively. Other limitations may apply.
This is an outstanding opportunity! Thank you, thank you!
– Rob Benson, Adams State University
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It was difficult to use the GWB in our university. Now it is easy! Thank you!!!
– Laura Crossey, University of New Mexico
University students may be eligible to apply for a free license to the GWB Student Edition. To be eligible, an applicant must currently be registered as a full-time degree-seeking undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited university offering degrees in geoscience.
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