Most students find it easier to have their own computer on campus along with their own printer. Note materials and homework sheets are heavily printed by students, so it is just more convenient to be able to work in a dorm room and not worry about going to use the library. School labs seem to be crowded during the afternoon, but other than that, a computer is always available somewhere. There are three computer labs that students can use, but a lab assistant must be present, unless the student gets permission from a professor or the tech staff to use the labs unattended. Most of the computers were moved to the library and are spread out between the first and second floors.
Tech support is very helpful, and they know how to fix any problem. If students are experiencing problems, either on a campus computer or their own computer, they can either call tech support or bring the computer to them. Tech support is more than happy to help any student experiencing technical problems. Network reliability depends on where students are and whose computer they are using. If computers are being used in the labs or in the library, the network is very reliable, and there are very few problems. On the other hand, the network is not very reliable in students' rooms or on other areas of campus not near classrooms. Students can make the network reliable, though, by getting a wire that connects from the computer to the phone jack, which secures network reliability.