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Connecting your Syllabus to your landing page
Connecting your Syllabus to your landing page

How and why to display your Syllabus to prospective students on your course landing page

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Written by Chelsea Wilson
Updated over a week ago


  • Maximize your work building a course syllabus with the connected syllabus section on your landing page.

  • The modules, lessons, and projects you add in the Syllabus tab will also be visible on your course landing page.

  • Courses that convey impact and rigor on their landing pages convert better.

Adding your syllabus to your landing page

When you create your course syllabus in the Syllabus tab, it will automatically display on your landing page. We'll show browsing students an outline of your course, including the module tiles, module descriptions, lesson titles, and project names. We encourage you to consider adding a "free preview" of one of your module items so browsing students can see your content more in-depth.

Check out some great connected syllabus examples here:

How your syllabus is displayed on your landing page

By default, we show the syllabus for your most recent, upcoming cohort.

If you have multiple upcoming cohorts, we will also display the syllabus for those cohorts. If you have no upcoming cohorts, we default to showing the syllabus for your cohort with the most recently ended payment deadline.

The connected syllabus on your landing page shows your course modules, lesson and project titles, the number of lessons and projects in each module, and any published events. Here's an example:

The content of each lesson and project is not displayed on the landing page.

Hiding syllabus items

To hide a syllabus module's items, set a release date for the module. The lessons and projects within this module will no longer be displayed on your landing page syllabus. Even after the release date has passed, these module items will not be shown on your landing page syllabus.

How to show events on your landing page

In your course admin, go to the Events page. After you edit or add events to your cohort, publish these changes. Your events will be automatically reflected on your syllabus. Only published events will show in your syllabus and on your landing page.


  1. I want to make sure my course is compelling to potential students. How many lessons should I have in my syllabus?

    1. We recommend at least 1 lesson per module, and you should build the modules around your course outcomes. We suggest that each module have at least 1 lesson and 1 project.

  2. What if I don't want my syllabus to show on my landing page?

    1. The Syllabus section cannot be hidden on your landing page. We've seen a 30% conversion increase on pages showing a syllabus. Students are interested in seeing not only what they will learn in your course but also how they will learn the key outcomes. Remember that you can hide specific modules under a module release date.

  3. Does my pre-course module show on the landing page?

    1. No, only modules, lessons, and projects starting in week 1 of the course will show.

If you have further questions, please reach out to [email protected].

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