As a student or educator, you can apply for a free Team plan, which allows unlimited users and private repositories for your FIRST robotics team's organization account with valid proof of your team participation.
To receive a FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) discount you must have:
- A personal user account
- An organization account to use for your FIRST Robotics team
- Verification of your FRC team:
- Your FRC team number
- A link to your team page on the FIRST Robotics site
- A photo of a robot, banner, or something else displaying your team nickname
If your discount request is approved, your organization is automatically upgraded to your new billing plan.
After your discount expires, you may reapply for a discount if you're still eligible.
Go to GitHub's Education page and click Request a discount.
Select your academic role.
Select Organization account, then click Next.
To describe your organization's purpose, select Student group.
Complete the form with information about your team. Under "Student group URL", use a link to your team page from the FIRST Robotics site. Then, click Next.
Type your name.
Verify your academic status.
- If you have a school-issued email address, use the drop-down menu and click the desired email address.
- If you don't have a school-issued email-address, use the drop-down menu and click I don't have a school-issued email address. Next, upload an image of your school or faculty ID, employment verification letter, academic transcript, or other proof of affiliation that shows at least one date to prove your current academic status.
Enter the school name.
If you're a student, select your graduation year.
- Describe how you plan to use GitHub in your FIRST Robotics team and include your FRC team number and a link to a photo of a robot, banner, or something else displaying your team nickname.
Verify your application details, then click Submit Request.
If your application is approved, you'll receive a confirmation email. Applications are usually processed within a few days, but it may take longer during peak times, such as during the start of a new semester.