Attention Class of 2017:
Congratulations again on your acceptance to the College of Veterinary Medicine. As you are aware, there is a requirement that all incoming freshman purchase a tablet computer. These computers will be configured and supported by the College’s Instructional and Information Technology Department. The computers will be shipped to the CVM after you purchase them and they will be distributed at orientation.
The cost for the tablet configuration is $2,197.72 plus tax. This includes the Lenovo x230 tablet, 4 years of support including accidental damage, 4 years of LoJack theft recovery services, and 4 years of Microsoft upgrades for Office and Windows. Software such as Dyknow and Turning Point, which will be used during lectures, has also been included in this bundle.
There are two steps to order your device.
- Go to http://www.govconnection.com/auvetmed and order your tablet. Make sure to choose the Auburn University ship-to address.
- Purchase the tablet program software pack online
When you get to the "delivery address" information, you will see that "no delivery needed" is selected. This is correct, but you will need to proceed on and enter the address/contact information anyway. Please enter your address and contact information as this helps in identifying who has purchased the software pack.
If you have problems or need more information, contact us at 334-844-3713. We are always here to help.
All orders must be placed by May 31st.
The Student / Faculty Directory contains contact information for students, faculty and staff of the college and is only accessible via a registered user id/login.
- policies and guidelines
This section of the site contains information on policies and procedures at the college including confidentiality, computer purchases and consulting.
- hospital Policies
The hospital resource section is to be used by hospital personnel and to provide detailed policies and procedures to employees & students working in the clinic.
- IIT Help Desk
Use the IIT Help Desk to place a work order or to report a problem with any computer resource on campus.The proper staff member is notified upon your submission.