LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning


In addition to having academic qualifications, employers expect college students and graduates to be career-ready, that is, exhibiting the behaviors that will allow you to succeed in the workplace as a professional. To assist you with that, Career Services provides free access to LinkedIn Learning, a virtual platform of over 100,000 micro-courses for developing and enhancing both soft and hard skills. Courses are typically 30 minutes to two hours and taught by recognized industry experts. You can even earn digital badges or certifications!

New courses are added weekly, so there’s always fresh content to help you stay on top of industry trends and best practices. And LinkedIn Learning will give you personalized course recommendations based on real-time industry trends, your individual level, and specific goals.

You do not need to have or create a LinkedIn profile to use LinkedIn Learning, although you might consider creating one to extend your virtual network and view the internships and jobs posted there. If you do, we recommend viewing the Learning LinkedIn course first for valuable tips on building a profile, connecting with individuals, and using the jobs section.  

You can access LinkedIn Learning anytime, on a desktop, laptop, or mobile, online or off. Make sure to check out the How to Use LinkedIn Learning course to help you get the most out of it.

If it’s your first time logging into LinkedIn Learning:

If you’ve already activated your account, use the LinkedIn Learning login page 

  • Enter your Morrisville e-mail address, even if you have a LinkedIn account
  • Use your Morrisville log in password if you do not have a LinkedIn account or opted not to connect your LinkedIn and LinkedIn Learning accounts
  • Use your LinkedIn password if you connected your LinkedIn and LinkedIn Learning accounts

Connect with Career Services at for assistance in accessing or navigating LinkedIn Learning, finding courses specific to your personal and professional goals, or sharing what you learned through courses in cover letters and interviews.