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The University does an excellent job of providing enough computer labs for students to get their work done. There are computer labs in every building on campus and even in the dorms. Overall, the computers have pretty fast connections and all of the necessary programs needed to finish homework. Also, every lab has printers, so printing off work is not a problem. Although it costs to print, the school provides students with 35 free prints for every credit they are taking; that’s a lot of free print jobs, and most students never use them all.
The computer labs in each building have people working there, able to help students who need any help (i.e., English majors in the writing lab to help edit or review papers). However, when it comes to using the computer labs, be careful when downloading personal stuff because if you download illegal stuff, you will get into trouble for it.
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