Where do I find the serial number and the asset tag?
To find the serial number, pull down the black Apple logo in the upper left corner of the menu bar and select “About This Mac.” You will see the serial number listed in the next window that opens. Highlight the serial number, then copy and paste it into the serial number field below.
To find the CUNY asset tag for the class of 2020, open System Preferences and click on the Sharing folder icon. The computer name is listed there; the number will begin with HON-2016xxx, with the last three digits being your particular laptop tag number. Highlight the number, then copy and paste it into the Asset Tag Number field below. This number was also on the label on the box that your laptop came in. If your laptop’s hard drive was reformatted, or the computer name is different, email the serial number to Mary Carney at the address below and she will look up the tag number for your laptop.
For the class of 2019, the CUNY asset tag is a white sticker on the bottom case of the laptop, which begins with CEN-003xxxx. If the tag has worn off or was removed during a repair by Apple, email the serial number to Mary Carney at the email address below and she will look up the tag number for your laptop.
Do not submit the form without entering both numbers.
Please complete all information carefully and accurately. Do not confuse the letter "S" with the number 5, or a zero (0) with the letter "O" There should be no letter "O" in any serial number or asset tag number.
If you cannot find the asset tag or the serial number, email Mary Carney at email@example.com.