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Introducing SAS Skill Builder for Students, a new online portal where college and university students can develop in-demand data skills that will give you a competitive edge with employers. Skill Builder for Students provides everything you need any time you want it: access to free learning software and e-learning courses; guided certification pathways that make test prep easier; a special student price for exams*; and career resources to keep you motivated and inspired.


Getting started is simple:


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1. Visit the SAS Skill Builder for Students webpage
2. Click on Log in Now to Get Free Resources
3. Log in or create a SAS profile. To validate your access to SAS Skill Builder for Students, your profile must use an email address associated with your academic domain. If you have already have a SAS Profile but it doesn’t use your academic email address, be sure to change it prior to registering for Skill Builder to maintain any learning progress you've already made.
4. Review and accept the license agreement. Once you do that, you will be taken right into the Skill Builder portal, where you can start exploring.


Stay tuned for upcoming posts about the resources in SAS Skill Builder for Students and other ways you can develop the analytics skills employers seek. 

*This certification exam discount is not available in China or India. Please email the country office in China or India to inquire about other discounts or promotions that may apply. Students in Japan, please contact your local SAS office to inquire about discounted certification exams.




The early bird rate has been extended! Register by March 18 for just $695 - $100 off the standard rate.


Check out the agenda and get ready for a jam-packed event featuring workshops, super demos, breakout sessions, roundtables, inspiring keynotes and incredible networking events. 


Register now!

5 Steps to Your First Analytics Project Using SAS

For SAS newbies, this video is a great way to get started. James Harroun walks through the process using SAS Studio for SAS OnDemand for Academics, but the same steps apply to any analytics project.

Find more tutorials on the SAS Users YouTube channel.

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