iPad mini

Throughout history, creative minds have caused revolutions in the way we learn, think and live. Now you can be part of a revolution in the way you learn.

Join the mini revolution

Join the mini revolution

Not so long ago, students at Lynn studied with pencils and textbooks…until we introduced the iPad mini.

It’s not the first time a revolution has changed the way we think, learn and live. Marc Zuckerberg revolutionized networking when he created Facebook. Neil Armstrong revolutionized the way we see outer space when he stepped foot on the moon. Johannes Gutenberg revolutionized publishing when he invented the printing press.

Now, it’s your turn to take part in the revolution. iPad minis are being provided to:

  • All new undergraduate freshman and transfer students
  • All day undergraduate students
  • All new MBA students

You'll use your brand new iPad mini to learn on, study with, upgrade and keep forever. It’s a whole new style of teaching and learning. Join the mini revolution!

What your iPad mini includes

Each iPad mini will come fully loaded with:

  • Required core e-reader textbooks
  • Access to useful apps, class materials and iTunes U courses
  • AppleCare extended warranty service
  • LiveText license (ePortfolio system) valued at $100

Learn with your iPad mini

You’ll receive your iPad mini prior to the start of your first term. Use it to enhance your classroom discussions through interactive lessons, instant access to information, study guides and productivity tools.

But don’t worry—we’re not expecting you to study all day long. Feel free to load your iPad mini with your favorite apps, tunes, games and photos, and take a break every once in a while.

Upgrades and service

We know technology has a way of getting better and better, so after two years you’ll trade in your iPad mini for a brand new model. And here’s the best part—this one will be yours to keep after you graduate!

You’ll always be able to connect on your iPad mini, since Lynn’s entire campus is WiFi enabled. And if you ever run into any technical problems, our IT staff will be on hand to help.

Any questions?

We get a lot of questions about the iPad mini program. The frequently asked questions section can help you find the answers you're looking for.

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