The goal of the laptop purchase program is to provide students with a quality machine and the best possible support at a reasonable price. To accomplish this and ensure that students get the most out of the technology offered by the School of Law, the technology department has formed a strategic partnership with Dell Computer Corporation. Dell is the primary supplier of laptops for faculty and staff. The School of Law does not profit from its participation in this program.
Law school can be tough on a laptop. Daily abuse wreaks havoc on delicate electronic devices—sandwiching a laptop between books, repeatedly opening and closing it, and the accidental drop can all do damage. With this in mind, Dell offers a business-grade machine through the purchase program: Latitude E series. Students should always treat laptops with care, but machines like the Latitude are designed for harsher environments and are more likely to continue serving a student for years to come.
The Technology Department is also a Dell-certified service center, able to repair and replace warrantied computer parts without a service charge to students. Because students rely on laptops for note-taking, research, writing and exam-taking, servicing laptops on-site is more advantageous than shipping them back to the manufacturer for repair. Furthermore, through the Dell Purchase Program students enjoy substantial savings beyond already-discounted educational pricing without sacrificing quality or functionality. The standard features for a Dell laptop configured for the School of Law include the following:
Visit www.dell.com/seattleu to browse laptops and/or begin your purchase.
To ensure access to technology, all portable computers must meet the School of Law's Laptop Requirements, regardless of brand. The technology department goes to every reasonable effort to support all brands of laptops. While unable to perform warranty repair work on systems outside of our purchase programs, technology staff members are committed to helping all students with their computer needs as completely as possible.
For financial assistance in purchasing a laptop, look into the financial aid options for incoming students. To learn about the School of Law's connectivity, and how to verify compatibility with our system, read about connecting to the network.
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