Apple Technology at Moravian
A MacBook Pro and iPad for every student
At Moravian College, we believe in providing an accessible and engaging education for all—and that begins with our technology. As an incoming undergraduate student, you’ll receive an Apple MacBook Pro® computer and an iPad® device after you accept your offer of admission. This technology is yours to keep throughout your education at Moravian and beyond.
Apple Distinguished School
Moravian has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School since 2018.
Apple Distinguished Schools are considered centers of innovation, leadership, and educational excellence that use technology to inspire creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking.
A Level Playing Field
The Comenius Access to Technology program, which provides Apple devices to the campus community, levels the educational playing field and gives our students, faculty, and staff the opportunity for digital innovation and connectivity in the classroom and across the globe.
Our professors use the same equipment as our students and they’re trained to integrate technology into their classrooms. Moravian faculty includes Apple Certified Teachers and an Apple Distinguished Educator.
Technology advances rapidly, and Karen Groller, assistant professor of nursing, is right alongside, using the latest devices and software programs in meaningful ways to enhance nursing education.
The rapid shift to online learning caused by the COVID-19 pandemic took many colleges by surprise—but not Moravian College. Our students, faculty, and staff transitioned seamlessly to virtual classes thanks to our Apple technology usage on campus.
Coaches and student-athletes take technology to the next level on and off the field, using their Apple MacBook computers and iPad devices for scouting, recruitment, practices, and games.
From academics to extracurriculars, Moravian students embrace their Apple technology and bring new ideas to life through collaboration, innovation, and exploration.
“A couple of semesters ago, I was in a class that you’d expect to have a midterm paper on the syllabus; instead there was an iMovie project!”