This site provides a central location for free up-to-date software for the entire NCCU campus community. To visit the Software Repository log into myEOL and click on Students under the My Navigation tab. Scroll down and you will see Software Repository, click on the link and see the free software that is available to you.
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University Laptop Program
NCCU has reached agreements with Dell, IBM/Lenovo and Apple that will provide students with the opportunity to purchase fully-featured wireless laptop computers at discounted prices through our University Laptop Program.
The North Carolina Central University Laptop Program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to purchase a quality laptop at a discounted rate. The ITS department has collaborated and heavily negotiated prices that will give you the biggest “bang for your buck,” to allow you to purchase the laptop that is right for you!
This is not a mandatory program, but it is highly effective for your educational growth. When purchasing a laptop through this program you can be assured that the ITS department will fully support your laptop. Our certified ITS technicians provide free on-site repair services. All you have to do is drop off your laptop to the Student Computer Repair Center (SCRC) located on the lower level of the Alfonso Elder Student Union (beside the Campus Post Office). If you have any questions you can contact the SCRC at 530-5038.
For more information about the computers offered and the prices
1. Visit one of the following websites:
- Dell: www.dell.com/nccu
- Lenovo: www.lenovo.com/shop/deals/nccu
- Apple: https://www.nccu.edu/intranet/content/laptops/index.cfm [Internal use only - Requires myEOL log-in]
As stated earlier, you are not obligated to purchase a computer through the University Laptop Program. If you are looking to purchase a computer on your own please make sure the machine has the minimum requirements listed below. We also advise that you speak with a representative for your major to see if they require additional items for your computer.