The University of Maryland's ACT - Academic Computers for Terps - program allows
registered students, faculty, and staff of the University of Maryland, College Park
computers at or below standard discounts, as well as receive substantial
added benefits in technical support and warranty protection.
Information regarding the 4 year AppleCare warranty
We very much regret that Apple has removed the 4 year AppleCare
warranty from the online store. The 4 year
AppleCare warranty is still available for purchase from the
on-campus Terrapin Technology Store
To obtain your ACT Apple machine with the 4 year coverage, please
contact the Terrapin Technology Store at 301.314.7000.
Information about the ACT program, including but not limited to hardware items
and bundles, software and all pricing, is confidential to authorized members of
the University of Maryland, College Park. Unauthorized release of such information
accessed through use of a University Directory ID and password may result in
cancelled sales and/or revocation of rights to participate in the program.
- Computers are chosen for use on the university networks (both
wired and wireless) and with university software programs.
- Computers are protected by as many as four years of vendor phone support and
- Warranty repairs are processed on campus and performed by
- Loaner computers are available if repairs require the ACT computer to
remain at the repair shop overnight.
- The ACT program, in conjunction with IT's Software Licensing
group, offers discounted
Shop now for an Apple or Dell computer through the ACT program.
(Directory ID and password required to log in.)
Questions? Contact the
IT Help Desk
at 301.405.1500 or email your
- Apple's newest machines - MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and the exciting MacBook Pro Retina - now available through ACT
- See Dell's new line of laptops, including the new XPS 13 ultrabook, in the ACT Dell store
- Get your new iPad/iPad mini at the Terrapin Technology Store
- Apple's sensational new iPad - now available through ACT
- Check out the ACT News button for information on web site issues.