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From the classroom to the jobsite.

Equipping universities with the resources they need to educate the next generation of construction professionals.

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Higher education with a higher purpose

Tech proficiency is no longer optional for students pursuing an AEC degree. Skills that used to differentiate candidates are now considered baseline requirements. These students are eager to learn, but the pace of innovation means institutions can struggle to keep up. provides training, tools, and certifications designed to get students up to speed with the latest tech. We believe that better equipping these future construction professionals is the best way to inspire the workforce’s next generation.


Cal Poly


Fresno State


Texas A&M


Auburn University

How our impact adds up.

Bringing Procore to the classroom means bringing a new generation to the industry. Here’s where you’ll find us.

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254 Universities

254 universities are using Procore in their curriculum.

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14 Countries

Procore is being taught in colleges and universities in 14 countries.

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32,000 Students

32,000 students learn how to use Procore as part of their coursework.

Customer Story

Procore allows us to train our students on the software that’s actually being used in the industry, giving them a leg up on the competition when they graduate.

Philip Barlow

Cal Poly

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