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How to Enroll New Students with Google Single Sign-On

7 Steps to Enroll New Students in Your AES Class Through Google SSO

Laura Van Dyke avatar
Written by Laura Van Dyke
Updated over a week ago

Do your students have Google accounts associated with your school? If so, the Google SSO integration can help them save them time and save you the hassle of dealing with forgotten passwords for AES!

In this article, you’ll learn how a new student who never used AES before can enroll into AES using Google SSO.

By following these steps, your students’ AES accounts will be automatically created using their Google Classroom login credentials.

Afterward, your students will always use the Sign In With Google option to log into AES.

Related Resource: Are your students learning remotely? Send them the Student Instructions for Enrolling!

How to Enroll New Students Using Google SSO

Step 1

Sign into your teacher account at

Step 2

Select the class you plan to enroll new students in.

Step 3

From there, navigate to the Students tab, select Enroll Students from the left-hand menu, and locate the Student Self Enrollment Code:

(Note: Images are a sample and do not contain an actual enrollment code.)

Step 4

Give this unique five-character enrollment code to your students.

Step 5

Direct students to and instruct them to select I am a Student:

Step 6

Students will click the Enroll into a Class button.

Step 7

Instruct your students to click the Enroll With Google button.

Your students now have AES accounts and are enrolled in your AES class. You’ll see them listed in the AES class roster on your teacher dashboard.

Moving forward, your students will sign into AES by going to, selecting Sign In as Student, and clicking the Sign In With Google button.

Note: In order for the Sign In With Google button to work, your students must correctly sign into their Google account each time.

At this point, you may be wondering how you can make it even easier for your students to access AES.

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