Unity have just announced a new free student plan for eligible students. You get full access to Unity Professional features including teams, Unity Learn Premium, cloud analytics and yes, even dark mode. To enrol you need to be at least 13 years old, or 16 in the EU, and have been verified as a student on GitHub Education.
Details from the Unity blog:
That’s why the Unity Student plan provides access to professional resources and tools like cloud-based collaboration which enable students to use the same workflows that teams use on real-world projects:
Work on group projects with up to five teammates, manage versions, share work with teachers, and easily move between home and school computers.
Speed up build and iteration cycles on complex projects using minimal hardware. See the impact of your changes quickly, and learn more effectively.
Supplement in-class learning and dive into the topics you care about most with unlimited access to on-demand, industry-specific resources to solve problems on your own, such as this popular Introduction to XR: VR, AR, and MR Foundations course.
Student Asset Pack
Prototype and iterate your game projects quickly with free access to the Snaps Prototype pack. Beginners can create 3D worlds with ProBuilder and Snaps, without having to use additional 3D modeling tools. These assets easily snap together with ProGrids.
Dark UI theme
Develop your game or project with an easy‑on‑the‑eyes, dark UI environment for those long hours, late-night cramming sessions, and game jams.
You can learn more about Unity Student here and apply for the GitHub Student Developer program here. If you want to learn more about Unity Learn, check out our video available here and Unity Learn premium here. Finally, watch the video below to learn more about Unity Student.