LinkedIn Learning

TU offers free access to the online tutorial service, LinkedIn Learning. 

This service and vendor documentation are cloud hosted. Updates are not controlled by Towson University. 

LinkedIn Learning provides online video-based instruction to students and professionals alike. Learn new business, software, technology and creative skills from nationally-recognized experts in a wide range of content areas. Get recommendations based on insights (from 575 million users) - including skills on your LinkedIn profile, skills you are interested in or what’s popular in your network. Access 1,800 new courses per year, including custom content curation for a personalized learning experience.

Get Started

There are three ways to access LinkedIn Learning using TU's account. See the short course getting started with LinkedIn Learning for more details.


Login with your TU NetID and password through the TU LinkedIn Learning Portal. Depending on if you have linked your LinkedIn account, you may be required to sign in to LinkedIn. 


  1. Sign into LinkedIn Learning using your TU email address. Depending on if you have linked your LinkedIn account, you may be required to sign in to LinkedIn.
  2. On the TU Authenticated Login page, click Sign in with Single Sign-On.
  3. Log in with your TU NetID and password.

Mobile App

  1. Download, install and run the free LinkedIn Learning mobile app for your device
  2. Select Sign In with your organization portal.
  3. Enter (your domain) and tap Sign in with your organization portal.
  4. On the TU Authenticated Login page, log in with your TU NetID and Password.

Self-Help Resources


Visit the LinkedIn Learning Support Webpage or ask a question via the chat feature. If you have trouble logging in with your NetID, contact the Faculty/Staff Help Center or Student Computing Services.

Frequently Asked Questions

Connecting your profile will result in a more personalized learning experience that includes special course recommendations based on your job title, skills, and industry.

No, connecting your profile is optional. If you change your mind, you retain the option to connect your profile at a later time.


USING Linkedin learning

LinkedIn Learning was purchased through the Student Technology Fee initiative, providing TU students with a rich selection of primary and supplemental learning opportunities. Access extends to faculty and staff for professional development, in service to the university and its students; any other use is inappropriate.