I was told by Oliver (thanks, Oliver) that academic use of Confluence is free. However, I got a note from someone named Leroy who said it is not free but is a 75% discount. What?
I'm looking forward to having my classes at Austin Community College use Confluence to show their projects and comment.
-- David McMurrey, Ph.D.
Business, Government & Technical Communications
Austin Community College
Hi David.You might be looking for a Classroom license.
As explained in https://www.atlassian.com/solutions/survey/classroom-license-request this license is free if you are running the Data Center deployment.
If you would like to use it on the Atlassian Cloud, then you can get a 75% discount.
That page I shared would be your starting point to request the license.
I hope that helps.
They're both wrong-ish.
There is a free version of Cloud Confluence, with reduced functionality and a limit of 10 active users. There's no rules about who can sign up.
Academic users can get a 50% discount for Data Centre (not Cloud) installations
Charitable non-profits can get 75% off their Cloud subscription (from memory, they also have to be not a government organisation, not commercial, not academic and secular)
Cloud licencing rules are at https://www.atlassian.com/licensing/cloud#cloud-premium
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