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A: Laptop computers will be provided to new students the day that the official start list is generated and the student becomes an official student of the college.
A: The laptop belongs to the college, and students can use it during school. When a student graduates, he or she can keep the laptop.
A: If a student drops out of his/her program for any reason, or stops attending classes, the laptop must be returned promptly to the college in good working order.
A: Students will be responsible for all laptop maintenance, including software, battery life, power cords, and recharging the laptop.
A: If a student loses the laptop or it is stolen, it must be paid for, at a reduced rate. A police report that validates the theft must accompany the student's claim. Once the student produces a police report, a replacement laptop can be purchased at a reduced rate.
A: Most of the software needed for the college is pre-installed on the laptop. Certain software for medical and pharmacy programs will be provided to students at no additional charge.
A: The cost of the laptop is not included in the tuition fees. It is part of the equipment of the college and, as such, belongs to the college—just as other equipment such as medical equipment and textbooks do. There are no reductions in tuition for a student who does not want a laptop.