Teachers and students take the FREE .TA and GitHub domain offer to NC.ME; Five major universities have been announced to claim free .ME domains
PHOENIX, September 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Namecheap, the world’s second-largest domain registrar and champion of the next generation of online innovators, kicks off the annual “Back to School” fall season with impressive free offers for students and teachers and huge savings for everyone.
The company encourages everyone to re-learn and master new skills, as well as get back to good business after the summer break. The seven-day sale ends September 6th and includes innovative offerings on the best digital products and productivity tools. See all the offers on the sale page.
In addition, Namecheap encourages students to participate in the “Namecheap for Education” initiative, which provides all students who have a .edu email address with a free .me domain name, combined with GitHub hosting. The free package allows students to start their online presence with their first website, online portfolio, blog or the next big online project.
Nearly 400,000 students have claimed their free .me domain and developer tools with NC.ME since the program’s launch in 2014. Most domains registered through “Namecheap for Education” came from University of Waterloo inside Canada. So far, students have registered 3,344 free .me domains.
The five best schools that register .ME GRATU .TS domains
- University of Waterloo (Canada)
- University of California, Berkeley (USA)
- University of Illinois (USA)
- University of Toronto (Canada)
- Colorado State University (USA)
Virtually all college students in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and many other locations around the world (with .edu or university email address) are eligible to participate in the free website program. For more information or to claim a free .me domain name today, students and teachers can visit nc.me.
In addition, Namecheap has prepared a 20-minute virtual class for educators to use to teach children and beginners online the basics of the Internet. It includes everything a student should know to launch their first website. The lesson is available for free on Namecheap’s YouTube channel. Any teacher who wants to use the Namecheap video lesson in their class, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a special accompanying contest for the class, as well as free swag, free domains and web hosting , for the whole class.
As for Namecheap
Namecheap® is an ICANN-accredited domain and technology registrar founded in 2000 by the CEO Richard Kirkendall. Celebrating two decades of providing unparalleled levels of service, security and support, Namecheap has been steadfast in customer satisfaction. With over 13 million domains managed, Namecheap.com® is among the top domain registrars and web hosting providers in the world. For more information on Namecheap, visit namecheap.com.