Pricing and Purchasing

Getting access to Eli Review is easy and affordable. We offer a grace period as well as student, bookstore, and institutional purchase options.

Free Grace Period

Instructors can enable a 2-week grace period that gives students free access for 2 weeks. (Instructors always have free access.)

To learn more, check out the free-trial guide.

Direct to Student

Beginning July 1, 2019, students will be able to directly purchase access to Eli Review with two subscription options:

  • $19.95, for one term 
  • $29.95, for one year 

After creating an Eli Review account and joining a course, students can select a subscription option in the PayPal checkout when they directly purchase online.

To learn more, check out the subscription guide. Otherwise, sign up and get started!


To stock Eli Review access cards in your campus bookstore for Fall 2019, please order accordingly:

$18.15 net, for one term 
ISBN 13-digit: 9780692476123

Share our bookstore information page with bookstore managers.

Please contact [email protected] for help with bookstore orders.

Direct to Institution

For academic year 2019-2020,  institutions can purchase 12-month subscriptions at $27.25 per student. We will consider discounts on a case-by-case basis for high volume and/or multiyear commitments.

Any institutional purchase of Eli includes professional development content, curricula, and access to help and other Eli teachers. We work closely with you to be sure instructors have multiple opportunities to learn how to make feedback and revision central to their courses.

We also provide tools for managing users and analytics as well.

To learn more about institutional purchases, contact [email protected].

Included Services

All purchases include the following additional services:

Eli Review Free Trial

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