For the most part, computer labs on campus meet the needs of the students. They aren’t flashy or brand-new technological devices, but they are very much capable of handling student needs. Most people, including professors, prefer to carry around laptops because there is ample wireless access in every building. Students can even go out to Olin Hill—supposedly the highest point in Moorhead—and access the Internet through that area’s wireless connection.
Along with the large wireless network, Concordia has recently updated the campus printers. The printing process at Concordia is sophisticated in that students can connect their computers to campus printers through the Internet and print papers using any printer on campus. No distinction has to be made pertaining to which printer you want to use, you simply enter a username and password and then do the same thing when you get to your printer of choice.
When students experience technical problems, as many do at some point during their stay, there is a tech support group on campus. Tech support is a collection of students, all of whom are helpful and have an understanding of technical problems that computing college students have.