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Northwest Missouri State University


Student Eligibility

For Full-Time Students | For Part-Time Students

Full-Time Students

Undergraduates

All full-time undergraduate students living on or off campus are eligible to receive a university-owned laptop computer. To be eligible to receive a campus laptop, you must read and understand the Campus Laptop Computer Agreement.

Graduates

All full-time graduate students on or off campus are eligible to receive a university-owned notebook computer. To be eligible to receive a notebook, you must read and understand the Campus Laptop Computer Agreement.

Note: Campus-issued laptop computer models may vary between students depending on availability and enrollment status.

Part-Time Students

Undergraduates

All part-time undergraduate students are eligible to receive a university-owned laptop computer. To be eligible to receive a campus laptop, you must read and understand the Campus Laptop Computer Agreement.

Graduates

All part-time graduate students are eligible to receive a university-owned notebook computer. To be eligible to receive a campus laptop, you must read and understand the Campus Laptop Computer Agreement.

Note: Campus-issued laptop computer models may vary between students depending on availability and enrollment status.

Campus Laptop Support Center Hours

Support is available for all campus-owned laptops issued through the campus laptop computer program. All campus laptop computers needing repair must be brought into the Jon T. Rickman Electronic Campus Support Center (ECSC), which is across the street from Owens Library. Office hours are:

Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.

Note: Campus-issued laptop computers brought in after 4:30 p.m. may not be serviced until the next working day.

All campus-issued laptop computers needing repair must be brought to the ECSC. Taking the laptop computer to a service provider other than ECSC is a violation of Northwest Computing Policies.