Apple

The University of Colorado supports Apple technology and recommends Mac for any department or campus.

Shopping on the Apple site is a great way for CU-Boulder students, faculty, and staff to take advantage of Apple education pricing on Mac® computers, Apple software, and select accessories. It’s also an easy way to purchase an iPad®, Apple Watch® or iPhone® and gives you customization and personalization options. Newly accepted student are eligible, including parents purchasing on behalf of their student.

Shop Apple online 24/7 and get free delivery right to your door. You can also choose to pick up your order at a local Apple Store.

Built on the world's most advanced operating system, the Mac is as easy to use as it is powerful. And, no matter what your major is, it's great for college because you get:

  • A smart design that is durable for your college lifestyle, and friendly to the environment.
  • Mac OS X that comes with the security and reliability of built-in defenses against PC viruses.
  • Compatibility with Microsoft Office programs and the ability to run Windows too.
  • Fun with photos, music, movies and more with pre-loaded iLife software.

Apple also gives you 90 days of complimentary telephone support and a year of repair coverage. You can extend your coverage with AppleCare Protection Plan. For hands-on help, visit apple.com/support .

Apple For Departments

This is for official University of Colorado departmental orders using departmental funds only. This includes the Faculty Computer Purchase Program.

If you are a student or employee interested in purchasing Apple products for personal use with personal funds, please visit here .

Please note that Apple has changed their business model and unfortunately the CU Book Store is no longer a part of that relationship.

There is a dedicated team available to help you with the online store. Call 1 800-800-2775, option 6, or email user.support@apple.com for assistance. For more information on the features and benefits of the new online store, please refer to this short video .


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