The University provides access to a computer almost everywhere on campus. The main library—Mortensen Library—has three floors of open space filled with computers, as well as several small rooms that also have computers. There are also computer labs in all of the academic buildings on campus. The computers in these labs are all PCs, but the library has a mix of PCs and Macs. The University also offers a wireless network that is available anywhere on the academic side of campus and in some places on the residential side, like the University Commons and The Hawk's Nest. All dorm rooms come equipped with an Ethernet port for easy Internet connection, and wireless access is being expanded to some dorm complexes.
Students who have questions or need help connecting to the network or University e-mail system can contact the Computer Support Center. This free service is provided by Information Technology Services, and students can either call the hotline, e-mail, or show up at the center. The CSC will help students with issues, but doesn’t do computer repairs or upgrades.