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Written by Jordan Luke
While most students claim that the computer labs on campus are generally easy to access and usually not terribly busy, they almost all recommend bringing your own PC if you have one. Since it's very important to keep up-to-date with your classes, having your own computer makes life that much easier.
Students enjoy the luxury of the high-speed Internet that the University offers. If you're living off campus, then using cable or DSL is also a popular choice, especially for students who like to use their computers for reasons other than academics, such as downloading music. For those students who aren't able to bring a computer to school, the labs on campus are convenient. Just make sure to have that paper printed early during exam week.
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