As a K-12 specific web tool, the login process for SketchUp for Schools requires verification that your school domain belongs to a K-12 (primary or secondary) G-Suite or Microsoft 365 educational account.
In certain situations it may be necessary to register your domain with the SketchUp Team in order to access SketchUp for Schools (previously referred to as whitelisting).
If one of the following circumstances applies to you please add your domain to the bottom of this thread and we will add you to our registry.
.edu email domain
One method of verifying that an account belongs to K-12 school is checking whether your domain ends in .edu. Today, these domains are reserved for colleges and universities however there are many K-12 schools who acquired their .edu domain before these rules went into effect. If your school uses a .edu domain it will be flagged as belonging to a higher education (post secondary) account.
Google Classroom is disabled
Another method used to verify if a domain belongs to a K-12 account is the presence of Google Classroom. If your G Suite administrator has deactivated Google Classroom for any reason, you will need to have your domain added to our registry so we can validate your account as K-12.
Please note that once your domain has been registered, your G Suite or Microsoft 365 for Education Administrator will still need to accept the app permissions and deploy the app to your school’s domain through your platform’s standard admin process