How do I sign up for a Perlego subscription through my University or Institution?

Good news, your University or Institution has invited you to join Perlego for easy access to over 650,000 textbooks, for free 🎉

You should have received an email from your University or Institution which includes a link to your group registration homepage and a registration code. If you haven’t received an email, reach out to your University or Institution and ask them to resend your invitation.

Click on the link provided, enter your registration code, and complete the signup flow.

You’ll now have access to thousands of textbooks and hand-curated reading lists from your University or Institution 📚

Having trouble signing up?

Make sure you’re using the sign-up link provided by your university or institution.

If you’re seeing a message that says you already have a subscription with Perlego, you’ll need to log into your Perlego account, cancel your subscription in your settings and delete your account.

Once deleted, you can return to the sign-up link provided by your uni or institution and complete your new subscription.

We wouldn’t want you to lose any existing notes or highlights, so if you’d like to keep these, please read this FAQ to find out how to convert your subscription.

What should I do if I’ve forgotten my password?

If you’ve forgotten your password, click on the reset your password option. You will then receive an email from Perlego with a security code and a link to create a new password.

What should I do if my subscription has been paused by my institution?

If your subscription has been paused, reach out to your institution or university and they’ll be able to provide more information and look into reactivating your subscription.

If you have any questions about starting your subscription and your account, reach out to your university or institution and they’d be best placed to help.

If you have any questions about Perlego and our features, reach out to our support team at [email protected] - happy learning!

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