College Sophomore 2013-11-10T19:06:05Z
We have 4 different computer labs on campus. The only thing is that they are not very big. One computer lab is in our tutor center so that where all the athletes are at to fulfill there study table times. The other computer labs maybe carry 6 computers in each room, so they do tend to fill up fast.
College Senior 2013-05-10T14:54:04Z
There are quite a few computer labs on campus, but sometimes classes occupy them or if it is crunch time many people may be using the computers making it more difficult to access one. Each semester we are given $50 for printing, and it costs 10 cents per page. I have never ran out of money for printing. There are times where the internet goes down, but that will happen anywhere. Speed can vary, it's usually more on the slow side. In the dorms it is nearly impossible to get wireless access. If you bring a router and protect it by password you can get internet, but the connection will still be slow. My freshman year I did not have a computer and I managed. I got a laptop for my sophmore year though because I moved off campus. Some classes I need to bring a laptop for in class activities. But also many classrooms have laptop carts that the Professors have access to. I would not suggest a personal printer.
College Senior 2012-10-13T21:26:07Z
horrible. they are slow and the IT people are clueless. the printers never work and the lab is not open 24 hours.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-15T20:18:36Z
Super Average – The college should update fairly soon. The computers do the job efficiently and quickly, but technology is changing and an update would greatly help out students and staff.
College Junior 2012-07-09T15:46:28Z
We have quite a few labs on campus and all of them have at least 15 computers. You have to watch what times you go as different classes will meet in these labs. There are smaller labs scattered throughout the campus as well, holding about 7-10 computers. These can fill up quick depending on the time of the day and if midterms or finals are approaching. The college is running IBM desktops with Windows 7. All software is up-to-date. I believe the desktops are i3 Cores. The network is hit and miss. Internet in dorms is terribly slow while the lab speeds are pretty good. Having your own laptop isn't a bad idea as well has your own printer. There is a limit on how much you can print (System where you're given a balance at the beginning of the semester and when you reach $0, you can't print anymore. Each page is ten cents to print and you're given a balance of $50.)
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