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Written by Toluwani Adekunle
A great portion of the student population has its own computers, and the availability of wireless Internet on campus makes it easier to use your own computer wherever you go. The computer labs at the library and Student Union Building can get really crowded during the course of the semester because these labs are well-known and easily accessible. There are other computer labs on campus that many students do not know about. There are also computers in hallways of almost every building on campus, but they are not comfortable, at least if you intend to be there for a long time.
The Technical Support Services (TSS) team is really good, and they render help even beyond their job jurisdiction. They can help students and faculty install hardware or software, purchase and set up computer systems, and troubleshoot problems. You may not need them very much when it comes to the Internet network, though, as it's very reliable and rarely gives students any headaches.
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