We’re super excited to see a number of college students starting to use Cubit to pull planning data for their class projects. After talking to students about what data they need and their budgets, we’re offering unlimited Cubit accounts to students for entire Fall 2010 semester for $10 if you sign up by September 10, 2010.
What do you get for $10?
Access to Cubit until December 31, 2010 including:
- unlimited Socio-Ec Reports & Housing & Regional Economic Reports.
- unlimited labeled reference maps
- 1 user account
- 5 saved projects
Students that are typically interested in Cubit accounts are taking classes in: Urban Planning, Geography, Government, and Economics; AND they are conducting research or have a project that requires current Census, demographic or economic data.
What’s the Catch?
The Student License is limited to course papers, class research, and scholarly articles only. So if you’re taking a class and working for a planning firm, you would NOT be able to use the Student License to pull data for projects for the planning firm. If you are working on projects for a planing firm or government agency, please encourage them to sign up for a paid Cubit account starting at $20 per month for unlimited data.
How to Get Your Student Account
Call us at 512-563-8477. We’ll set you up with an unlimited Cubit account and take your $10 payment over the phone.
Don’t wait – after September 10, 2010, you’ve missed your chance for a $10 student account.
Please forward this information to the college students and college professors that you know. The less time students spend pulling data, the more time they have to spend doing other important college activities–by which we mean studying and volunteer work, of course!