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CalUniversity Gives Away Free Money & Tablets to Students

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Reputable online institution, CalUniversity, is giving away tablets to new students

 

Los Angeles, CA / http://www.myprgenie.com via ACCESSWIRE / CalUniversity is investing in their students more than ever before, offering up to $12,000 in scholarships toward bachelor’s degrees and a nine-inch RCA tablet upon enrollment for a limited time.

“We are investing in our students, not just in terms of what we teach them in our programs, but financially as well,” said Director of Admissions & Business Development Angelo Lioudakis. “Our scholarship opportunities, payment plans and military discounts are a part of our promise to students.”

The tablet in question is one of the newest RCA products to hit the market. The Dual Core processor Android tablet will allow students to browse the web, watch video, listen to music, use email and play games. It has built-in 8GB memory and a front facing web cam for video conferencing. Students can also download apps from the Google Play store.

“Although we believe the tablets will reinforce our programs and can be used for study materials and more, the tablets we give away do not belong to us,” said Lioudakis. “They’re a gift, just another way we like to encourage others to pursue higher education.”

CalUniversity is a premier online university specializing in business and technology degrees from the associate to doctorate level. They are a proud military-recognized school, welcoming VA benefits and military assistance programs.

The tablet offer is available for a limited time only. Some conditions do apply. 

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909-718-7046
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