The University of Akron
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About the School:The University of Akron is a vibrant community within metropolitan Akron, with more than 80 buildings on 218 acres. The institution now known as The University of Akron was founded as Buchtel College in 1870 by the Ohio Universalist Convention, which was strongly influenced by the efforts, energy and financial support of Akronites, particularly industrialist John R. Buchtel. By 1907, Buchtel College's emphasis on local rather than denominational interests led it to become a private, nondenominational school.
Laptop Programs:The Law Library maintains a collection of 10 laptops that may be checked out by Law Students. Important laptop information: *laptops cannot be used for ExamSoft purposes *laptops are set up to print to the printers in the Law Library *data cannot be saved on the laptops – please use network space or a USB device *software may not be installed by laptop borrowers *laptops are available on a first-come, first-served basis and may not be reserved *laptops checkout for 8 hours with no renewals *fines accrue at $10.00 per hour up to 10 hours at which time the laptop is electronically billed *laptops are billed at $2000.00 + $200.00 replacement and service fees if the laptop is returned the $2000.00 billing fee will be waived, however the $200.00 replacement and service fees will remain *failure to return a billed laptop may result in the involvement of the Office of Student Judicial Affairs and the University Police
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