What Online Colleges Give You a Laptop?

Since online colleges use technology, having a computer is essential. Many wonder about what online colleges give you a laptop.

If you are looking for schools that include a laptop with tuition, there are some that do just that. The schools call them “free” laptops. However, you do have to pay your tuition fees in order to snag a laptop. And, at some schools, you can even keep your laptop if you graduate.

The schools that offer laptops changes all the time. But here’s a list of online colleges that gives laptops to their students. 

What Online Colleges Give You a Laptop

St. John’s University

St. John’s University is a private Catholic university. It is well-known school that’s located in Queens, New York. For their online students, they offer free laptops that you can keep if the students graduate with at least a Bachelor’s Degree. 

Students can choose between an Apple MacBook Pro or a Lenovo ThinkPad. Currently, there are 26 online programs offered by St. Johns including Biology, Psychology and more.

University of Minnesota – Crookston

Since day one, University of Minnesota – Crookston have offered their students laptops. They offer an HP laptop computer. That’s what I’m typing this article on and it’s been a reliable machine for me! The great thing about UMN-Crookston is that they currently ranked as the #2 Top Public School in the Midwest.

Centenary College

Next on the list is Centenary College. The school offers a Toshiba laptop with a 15.6-inch screen or a 13.3-inch screened MacBook Pro for their students. Students can also keep the laptops after graduation.

College America

Yes, you have read that right. CollegeAmerica also offer their students a free laptop. To know more about the school’s free laptop education, check out their website.

Rochester College 

Even undergrads and incoming freshmen are given an Apple MacBook or an iPad in Rochester College. These are free of charge (assuming you’ve paid your tuition, that is!). The college offers accelerated degrees and undergraduate degrees online.

Which of these colleges are you most interested in? Let us know in the comments below!

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