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Written by Audrey Rosenau
Computer labs on the Grand Valley campus can be a bit tricky if you do not know how the system works. There are many computer labs located all around campus that are free for students to use. Classes are also held in these labs, so students must be careful to check the class schedules posted outside the door. If there is not a class going on, students are free to use the room. Padnos, or Loutit Lecture Hall, is the most popular. There is also a dedicated "stat lab" and free computer lab (which is never scheduled for classes).
Printing is free on campus, except for color—students must pay 10 cents per page downstairs in the copyroom of Kirkhof or bring their own printer. Wi-Fi is available all over campus at no charge, and there are several networks to pick from. Grand Valley has a log-in system that only allows GV students to access the networks, which is a great security measure.
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