Laptop Loan Program Update


ASU's Laptop Loan Program has reached max capacity.

ASU’s Laptop Loan Program has helped over 8800+ students successfully complete their coursework, embodying ASU’s mission of bolstering accessibility by tackling the digital divide.

Due to increased demand for loaned devices, the Laptop Loan Program has reached max capacity and is no longer loaning out devices for the fall 2022 semester. Many current students using the Laptop Loan Program will be retaining their devices throughout the semester. As such, the program is unable to replenish its supply of returned devices for refurbishing and transferring to new program applicants.

Additional resources:

While loaner devices are no longer available, students may find that many of their computing needs can be fulfilled by visiting on-campus computing sites and libraries.

ASU has public computing sites, available on every campus for students in need of IT resources across the University. Additionally, all computers available in ASU’s Libraries are equipped with the same software that is available at ASU computing sites.

Thank you for your patience.


 

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ASU is proud to offer students a learning experience through the use of cutting-edge technology, immersive digital tools, and evolving hybrid course platforms. Whether you need assistance with dual-factor authentication or seek a refresher on how to download exam software, the Tech Studio is ready to restore device functionality, ensure software operability, and get you re-connected to the resources you need.

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