The computers on campus are, for the most part, state-of-the-art. With the complement of high-speed wired and wireless access, the networking on campus is fantastic. However, for those bringing their own computers, they may encounter some problems. There are a few negatives with software downloads, and there are usually some initial problems getting connected to the network. Eventually, all of that can be solved by either visiting information technology at the Lynn Business Center or contacting its staff.
One great tip to know is that in order to use the system, the computer a student brings must have a working copy of Windows. Other than that, there shouldn't be too many problems. The key is to remember to keep any usernames or passwords to yourself. Write them down somewhere safe so that when you need them, they will be readily available. Another great thing to remember is that when logging into a computer on campus, be sure that the correct log-in selection is highlighted (e.g., specific drop-down menu selections). This needs to be done on computers found in the numerous labs across campus and in the library. Each lab has Dell computers and should house enough computers for the normal day-to-day traffic of students.