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What are the minimum computing requirements?

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What are the minimum computing requirements?

North Carolina Central University is committed to providing students with the tools necessary to matriculate here at the university.  In keeping with this commitment, 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 NCCU Eagle Assistance Center (ETAC) located in the H. M. Michaux School of Education, and we will correct all issues.

To take advantage of great software deals, visit journeyEd.com

For more information about the computers offered and the prices
1. Visit one of the following websites:

2.  Contact Marian Holiday-White by calling 530-7753 or emailing mwhite@nccu.edu to speak with a knowledgeable consultant to assist you in your purchase process.

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