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Written by Brook Taylor
Since most residential students bring their own computers to campus and all incoming freshmen are required to have their own laptops, the labs are largely used by commuter students or those killing time in between classes. They tend to fill up pretty fast, which can make it extremely difficult to type up or print something for students in a hurry to get to class. Most of the computers in the labs are PCs, but there are a few MACs that no one ever seems to want to use. Tech support on campus is very strong, especially since the University created a laptop support center in room 354 of the McIver Building to cater to the new laptop requirement. They offer repairs and other services to those who purchased their computers through the University.
The wireless network is one of the best things about being on campus because it allows students freedom from crowded computer labs. It is great to be able to do research or keep yourself entertained on your laptop while eating lunch in the food court or waiting for your class to begin. Just try to keep in-class web surfing to a minimum, as most professors are privy to the fact that you’re probably not just taking notes.
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