Ohio Wesleyan’s goal is to provide every student with transformational experiences that will prepare them for the causes, careers, and graduate school opportunities they want to pursue.OWU is one of the most comprehensive liberal arts schools in the country. It is one of only 45 schools featured in Colleges That Change Lives and is ranked in the top 100 national liberal arts colleges by U.S. News & World Report. OWU’s breadth of more than 60 majors includes Business, Data Analytics, Fine Arts, Communication, and Education; scientific fields such as Neuroscience and Zoology; and a wide range of pre-professional areas, including Medicine, Law, Public Administration, and Engineering.
Ohio Wesleyan offers a limited number of laptop computers for eligible students to loan our each semester. The goal of this program is to ensure students have the technological resources they need to succeed at the University. Students are eligible to request a loaner laptop if they have completed the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and qualify for the Pell Grant. International students may apply as well. Eligibility will be assessed on a case-by-case basis in consultation with the Dean of Students office.Students are able to reserve laptops for up to one semester, but can submit a new application each semester. Laptops must returned two days before the end of the semester. If a laptop is not returned timely, the student may face a financial charge on their University account for the laptops original value.For Spring 2021, all laptops must be returned to the Media Center by Monday, May 24, 2021. Sponsors
The Laptop Accessibility Program is coordinated by the Division of Student Engagement & Success (SES), with sponsorship by the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA). Laptops are housed and managed by the Media Center in Beeghly Library.
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