Students Offered Free Microsoft Products
That’s right. The other day, an email was sent out to all College of Communications students notifying them of the chance to get free Microsoft products. At first glance, it seemed pretty exciting.
A program called ELMS (E-academy License Management System) has hooked up with Penn State, offering free Microsoft software (which doesn’t seem to include anything more than an upgrade to Windows 7 and access to a couple of new crummy Microsoft products).
If you’re a student in the College of Communications, stop by 62 Willard next Thursday for more info.
Is it worth your time? It’s Microsoft! It’s FREE! So probably not.
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