College Sophomore 2013-07-28T21:11:21Z
The computer labs are not typically crowded, but they are limited. So I usually find myself able to get to a computer right away, but during a busy time there can be a wait time. Though they have wifi available practically everywhere and you can print from your own laptop.
College Sophomore 2013-07-26T02:42:35Z
The computer labs can be busy but there are enough computors for everyone to use.
College Junior 2013-07-25T20:59:24Z
There are more computers in Portland than in Gorham, but for either campus they fill up quickly during peak hours. I highly recommend bringing your own laptop to campus. You'll be able to access wireless printing, for a minimum fee, at numerous locations on campus. USM is trying to switch to WiFi for the entire campus, but currently in residence halls, your internet will be faster if you have an ethernet cord. I don't recommend bringing a printer to campus, as they are too expensive and take up space in your room.
College Sophomore 2013-07-23T20:37:12Z
I give a lower grade for the computers at the University of Southern Maine because, as one campus has a large number of amazing, high-speed apple computers, the campus in which most of my classes are held has lower quality, and dare I say buggy computers and other computer related devices. Anything from printing to faxing is a hassle every time it needs to be done. The WiFi is always on the fritz as well. Seemed every time I needed it, it was on vacation.
College Junior 2013-03-18T04:38:42Z
There are numerous computer labs on the Portland and Gorham campuses combined. From Woodbury Center, to the Glickman Library, and the lab in Luther-Bonney, there are more computers on the Portland than Gorham, which hosts only the computers in Bailey Hall's Library.
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