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The following computer specifications are recommended for undergraduate and graduate students. Please note that Hamline University School of Law requires all law students to have a computer Their 2012-2013 computer requirements and recommended system guidelines is now available. For further information, please visit Law admitted students.
The following computer equipment recommendations represent what we consider to be the ideal system configuration for a computer that is expected to support a student through a full 4 year degree program. It is also our recommended configuration for students taking academic programs that are computer intensive in nature. These recommendations are necessarily high end so feel free to adjust downwards towards the minimum computer requirements listed below if you so desire.
If you are running Microsoft Windows 7, XP or Vista we recommend:
If you are running Macintosh OS-X we recommend:
This specifications are intended to ensure that the equipment you use meets the minimum specifications to support you through your academic program.The following minimum computer equipment specifications have been developed to consider the various programs students might participate in as a part of their academic studies at Hamline University, and to ensure that the equipment will meet any software requirements needed for the current academic year. A computer that simply meets these minimum specifications is not guaranteed to be sufficient to support a student through a full 4 year degree program.
If you are running Microsoft Windows 7, XP or Vista you should have at least:
If you are running Macintosh OS-X you should have at least:
Hamline University is committed to following all applicable software copyright laws and has directed Information Technology Services to be the agent for compliance. Given limited resources at Information Technology Services' (ITS) disposal and the complexity of running an enterprise-class network, ITS has adopted policies and procedures to ensure that both applicable licensing laws are met and that the overall stability of the University computing environment are maintained.Refer to the Software Policy for detailed information about licensing, software life expectancy, and a list of supported software.
If you are living (or are planning to live) on campus you may also review information about computer registration, supported operating systems, operating system updates and security patches, active anti-Virus and personal firewall software, and recommended computer peripherals.Find more information on our Residence Hall Network
On June 1, 2013, Hamline ITS will officially shutdown Groupwise and remove the client from all campus workstations
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