Last Updated By: Gehrensen Barnett, November 2017
The following page contains special offers and discounts that are available to The Master’s University students, faculty and staff. This information is provided for your convenience. IT Operations does not promote any particular vendor over another and is not responsible for any issues related to orders you place. Items purchased here are for personal use only. University faculty and staff requiring hardware and software for work-related purposes should contact IT Operations.
Where can I get student discounts on computers and software?
There are several companies that provide discounts to students.
Microsoft provides a subscription to Office 365 Education for free to students of The Master’s University. This plan allows students to install Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Onenote, Publisher, and Access on up to five PCs or Macs and Office apps on other mobile devices, as well as several other features. To take advantage of this opportunity, go to the software page at Office 365: Office 365 Education.
*Need help? Read about it or watch a video to familiarize yourself with the installation at the Microsoft Office 365 support website: Office 365 Support.
The Microsoft Educational Store gives discounts on many Microsoft products: Microsoft Education Store.
Information on Apple® Education Discounts and promotions for personal purchases of Mac hardware and software can be found at: Apple University Discounts Page
*Be sure to check out the Refurbished Macs and iPods in the Special Deals section of the Apple Store. You will find excellent deals and prices here. Inventory is often restocked several times a week and they operate on a first come, first served basis.
Academic pricing is available from Dell® for TMU students, faculty and staff wishing to make personal purchases. Additionally, great deals can be found every day at the Dell® Outlet. For more information, please visit Dell University
and Dell Outlet
*Dell’s business line of machines (Latitude Notebooks and Optiplex Desktops) carry a higher level of warranty service than their consumer line and is often included in the price. Notebook users should consider an accidental damage warranty.
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