Students who wish to apply must complete the Digital Connectivity Diagnostic Survey that is published on the student's Phoenix Platform.
This week the second stage of the process of delivering tools to ULS students with connectivity problems was launched, which the University is carrying out to guarantee access to classes online for those who, due to socioeconomic conditions, cannot.
Students who wish to apply for the benefit must complete the Digital Connectivity Diagnostic Survey which is published in the Phoenix Student Platform.
The objective of the instrument is to diagnose the connectivity situation to deliver the benefits to the applicants.
The first stage consisted of delivering chips with a 40GB unlimited service multimedia plan and 2Mbps post-threshold speed. In this second stage, it is expected to deliver connectivity devices and tablets for a better development of the academic activities of students with connectivity problems.
You can complete the survey until this Friday May 8.
Written by Carlos Carvajal, DGAE