Seton Hill University to Give Students iPads

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Full time students at Seton Hill University in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, have a special treat waiting for them this fall: Brand new iPads. The school plans to issue iPads to all of its full time students, and iPads along with MacBooks to all of its undergraduate students.

According to the school, “This new program provides students with the best in technology and collaborative learning tools, ensuring that Seton Hill students will be uniquely suited to whatever careers they choose — even those that have not yet been created.”

The iPads are being provided through the Griffin Technology Advantage Program, and students will be able to use their gear for both school and personal activities. Students that receive laptops will get new replacements after two years that they can keep after graduation, too.

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Comments

Lee Dronick

Sounds like a winner

Keith

What the heck is Seton HILL University?  Knockoff?

Lee Dronick

What the heck is Seton HILL University?? Knockoff?

See http://www.shu.edu

John

Haha free?
I looked it up, tuition with room and board there is $36k

Lee Dronick

Haha free?
I looked it up, tuition with room and board there is $36k

You could go to a cheaper college, but then you have to put up with Flash ads.

computerbandgeek

I looked it up, tuition with room and board there is $36k

Well here in the University of California system we pay that much and can’t even get classes, let alone MacBooks and iPads??.

cb50dc

then you have to put up with Flash ads.

I find it odd that you denigrate Flash, man.

Lee Dronick

I find it odd that you denigrate Flash, man.

The surname has been around longer than the software smile

cb50dc

The surname has been around longer than the software

Curse you, Red Baron! You win again! :D

Lee Dronick

Curse you, Red Baron! You win again!

Seeing how fast that the high rollers are dropping Flash from their websites, the “sir” name will be around a lot longer than the software.

Actually this is just a nom de blog.

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