Most of the students on campus have their own laptops and carry them everywhere. Most everyone in the WCC is on their computers, and if not, you can be sure it is beside them. In the spring, people will be spread out on the lawn with their computers. There are computer labs around campus, in the residence halls, Wright Campus Center, Abel Library, Hopkins basement, and the Roo Suites Commons. You can always find a computer open, unless you are trying to print something during lunch in the WCC. The biggest problem is usually that the printers will be out of paper. Many students carry paper to the printer just in case. Each student gets $50 in print credits each semester, so many students use the school computers rather than bring their own.
Ethernet hookups are provided in the dorms, Abel Library, and the Wright Campus Center. However, most students make use of the wireless system, which can be accessed almost anywhere on campus, even outside. The network can be slow, especially during prime times for Internet usage, but that can happen when you have a few hundred people on the internet at times. While it is slow at times, it is usually reliable, even if it's taking a long time to think occasionally. The IT center offers students free computer diagnosis and repair. The staff is a bunch of techies who will tirelessly and obsessively pore over your computer until the problem is resolved. They also work hard to keep the system running smoothly. If there is a problem with the wireless network, even if it is the middle of the night, they will be on campus working to resolve it. So, even when there are issues with the server, it's usually repaired within a few hours.