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Written by Emily Weber
IUP is pretty good about staying up-to-date on computers and technology on campus. Most students bring laptops or computers to campus, which cuts down on the demand for computers, although there are 24-hour labs with printing stations in many residence halls. There are also public computer labs in Stapleton Library, Eberly College of Business, and Leonard Hall. They tend to become more crowded around midterms and finals, but they meet most students' needs.
The entire campus offers wireless Internet access, but the University recommends that students bring Ethernet cables as well, since the signal can be very weak or non-existent in some places. Students in traditional residence halls that aren't set up for wireless often have trouble getting online, so it's best to come prepared. At the beginning of the year, there’s often a rush for students to get their computers set up for wireless, and the IT support center does everything they can to help.
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