Universities lead the charge in educating the future generation of builders on the upcoming trends in the trade. That's why Procore is partnering with schools to ensure students are provided with all the right tools for success as they move to the real world. Many schools are choosing to leave legacy processes and software to standardize their curriculums around Procore because that is what employers are demanding.
Procore offers the full version of its cloud-based construction project management software for use by accredited academic institutions at no charge. Students learn to manage project communications, view project schedules, assign RFIs and submittals, log daily project progress, and more.
The future of construction relies upon the influence of generations to come. We want future leaders to use the same tools as current industry leaders like HITT and Turner Construction, making them more marketable to employers and more competitive in the workforce.
Students will be able to use Procore with little training but just in case, we offer a complete set of online video tutorials. We understand mobility is important in construction and education. Students can access Procore from anywhere: home, classroom, or cafeteria. Procore is accessible on any Mac, PC, iPad, iPhone, and Android device.
View all student projects from a single login and monitor student communications and actions within Procore. There are no limits on class size or data. We ensure educators can give all their students access to Procore and allow them to upload all the documents, photos, schedules, and drawings they need.
Prestigious schools all around the country have integrated Procore into their classrooms and are helping them lead the next generation of construction professionals.
Cal Polytechnic State University
Cal Poly's College of Architecture and Environmental Design Program provides students with the professional skills they need to enter the construction field as project engineers and assistant superintendents. The program is unique because, instead of students taking individual classes focused on one subject (i.e., scheduling, estimating, or contracts), they learn the basics of construction and project management in project-based courses that integrate all subjects as students navigate through job site simulations. Upon graduation, the department has virtually 100% placement in the construction industry.
Cal Poly chose Procore because it is cloud-based, enabling students to access information anywhere, on any device, as part of their project-based course experience. Since there is no limit on data or class size, all students can use the software to upload, update, and immediately share documents, photos, schedules, and drawings. At the same time, teachers can view all student projects from a single login and monitor student communications and actions.