Students can either have their accounts created for them by their teachers, or students can create their Quill accounts on their own. Please see information about these different methods below.


How teachers create Quill accounts for their students

If you are a teacher adding your students to your class, follow these steps.


How students create Quill accounts for themselves

If you are a student creating your own username and password and joining your teacher's class, go to Quill.org and click the "Sign Up" button or click here. Then, click "Student". From there, you have the options to manually create a Quill account, create a Quill account linked with a Google account, or create a Quill account linked with a Clever account.

a. Manually create a Quill account

To manually create a Quill account, enter your first and last name, create a username, and create a password. You can optionally add an email address. Then, click the "Sign up" button.

After you click the "Sign up" button, you will be asked to join a class. Add the class code your teacher gave you. The class code is composed of two random words separated by a dash (for example: sunny-weather).

b. Create a Quill account linked with a Google account

If your teacher has requested that you sign up using your Google/school email, click "Sign Up with Google" and sign up for Quill using your Google/school email and password:

c. Create a Quill account linked with a Clever account

If your teacher has requested that you sign up with Clever, click the "Sign Up with Clever" button and search for your school. Then, enter your Clever username and password.


Once you create your Quill account, you will then be in your student dashboard and ready to improve your writing skills!

Click here for a video on how to navigate your assignments.

Click here to see all Student Center help resources.

Have more questions?

Please feel free to live chat with us through the green message bubble on the bottom right corner of the screen or email us at hello@quill.org

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