The way we learn has definitely changed a great deal over the years. With a lot of educational resources being moved online and with people being able to quickly search for topics on the internet, we have come a long way from using pen and paper and combing through books in the library to find what we need.

This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that Sonoma State University has announced their plans to give its new students in 2022 an iPad bundle that includes the iPad Air, Apple Pencil, and an Apple Smart Keyboard. This bundle will be provided for use to students throughout their undergraduate studies.

It will only be available to first-year and transfer students, so if you’re already a student at the university, you won’t be eligible for this. It is also part of the CSUCCESS program, which aims to provide up to 35,000 students in the California State University system with iPads.

According to CSU Chancellor Joseph I. Castro, “I’m excited to expand this important program to even more incoming students this spring to help bridge the digital divide and establish a technological foundation for achievement from day one of their college journey. The program shows tremendous promise in advancing our goals of student success and educational equity.”

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