Community and Technical College License

Transform learning with MATLAB and Simulink, on- and off-campus, on any device

With a Community and Technical College License, faculty and students can access MATLAB and Simulink products in any learning environment, including in-classroom, virtual, and hybrid programs. Students at community and technical colleges can build skills for the pathway of their choice: to advance their studies or enter the workforce.

The Community and Technical College License features:

“I've been using MATLAB to introduce students to computer programming for 20 years. I've found it to be a great platform for building on students' foundation of calculator skills without getting mired down in arcane syntax or compiler quirks. You can even use it to control hardware such as Arduino microcontrollers and provide a more engaging introduction to programming.”

Eric Davishahl, Associate Professor of Engineering, Whatcom Community College

Teach with MATLAB and Simulink

Provide hands-on learning experiences using industry-standard tools to analyze data, create models, and simulate systems.

Resources to Get Started

Students and faculty at community and technical colleges can get started with MATLAB and Simulink products by accessing interactive tutorials and comprehensive courses.


Get started quickly with the basics of MATLAB®.

Simulink Onramp

Get started quickly with the basics of Simulink®.

MATLAB Fundamentals

Learn core MATLAB functionality for data analysis, visualization, modeling, and programming.

Introduction to Linear Algebra with MATLAB

Use matrix methods in MATLAB to solve systems of linear equations and perform eigenvalue decomposition.

Image Processing Onramp

Learn the basics of practical image processing techniques in MATLAB.

Machine Learning with MATLAB

Explore data and build predictive models.

Deep Learning with MATLAB

Learn the theory and practice of building deep neural networks with real-life image and sequence data.

Stateflow Onramp

Learn the basics of creating, editing, and simulating state machines in Stateflow.