Cornell is fairly technologically forward. There are several labs on campus, though all are located in academic buildings or the library, and the lab in Law Hall can be accessed after hours with a student ID. Most students bring their own desktop or laptop computer for the added convenience of working from their rooms, so the labs are only crowded the last week of each block, when people are escaping the distractions of their dorms. The student fee has a built-in printer allowance, which makes printing at any of the printer/copiers on campus uncomplicated. However, be prepared to have to hike across campus because there are no printers located in the residence halls.
Internet access is good as long as you are plugged in to the wired connection. Wireless access is less available, only in the lounges of the residence halls and in academic and administrative buildings. Cornell relies heavily on e-mail for communicating with students, so power outages that shut down the servers and wireless routers leave the campus scrambling. Cornell uses a Gmail-based program for student e-mail accounts, which means tons of storage and nice organizational options, like a built-in calendar and folders for filing e-mails.