We want to make sure everyone is starting this school year off on the right foot. So today, Microsoft is launching a program to help students and parents purchase a new Windows PC or Tablet for school that is complete with the latest and most complete set of Office applications.
At the Windows Chip In website, students with a valid .edu email address can crowd source funds to help them purchase a PC of their choosing from the Microsoft Store catalogue of devices. To help get them started, Windows will “chip in” the first 10% of the cost of the PC via a discount to the overall cost. The PCs included already reflect the 10% discount. Then, when a student fully funds the cost of a PC, we will include Office 365 University at no additional charge.* Plus, students wont have to pay shipping, handling or tax!
Here’s how it works:
This program will run from June 4th through September 1st, 2013. For full terms and conditions, please click here. For questions and FAQs on the program, please click here.
**Microsoft Office 365 University subscriptions available to the first 10,000 eligible participants who fully fund their PC goal through this offer.
techSage - you're right and we've corrected the typo :-)
I believe the title should be Windows, not Window.