A technology fee implemented two-years ago at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis has led to several advances, including more up-to-date computers, an undergraduate print quota which allots students 650 pages of printouts at no extra cost and laptop checkouts via Student Technology Centers.
The goals of the fee structure are to take advantage of the economies of scale that University Information Technology Services offers and to ensure comprehensive access to IT for students.
According to a recent report, “as the transition continues, students will find more hardware, software, and support available to them. Given the four-year hardware replacement cycle, students will use computers that are up-to-date and functional.”
Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis is an urban campus of Indiana University and Purdue University in Indianapolis.
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