There are computer labs in most every building on the Texas State campus. In addition, you can connect to the wireless Internet anywhere on campus, which means you can be online while you wait for class to start, sit outside during some downtime, in your dorm room, or even while eating in any of the dining halls. The Alkek Library also has laptops you can check out that are equipped with wireless access and word processing programs. There are certain computers with special software, like the Adobe packages (InDesign, Illustrator, etc.), map making hardware like ArcMap, and accounting programs. Every computer lab is different, but all connect to the Internet and are set up with the latest versions of Microsoft Office. Many of the labs now even have Apple desktop computers, and man, are they spiffy! In terms of printing out documents, fees are only included within certain departments. But you don't pay every time you print; the fee is included in your lab fee.
Every computer lab has lab assistants whose jobs are to assist you with any computer problem you may have, whether it's a printing issue, using the pre-installed software you may have to use for a class, or connection troubles. No problem is too great. Texas State also has an excellent IT service. These guys will follow up right away with any issue you have. You can e-mail them with your issue or give them a call (calling works best, though).