Most students have their own computers, which are mostly laptops. There is a wide variety of brands of computers, and preferences are based on what the student's major is. Some students do have desktop computers, but they are not convenient if you want to work in a café or outside. The wireless Internet connection is notoriously slow during the evening hours when there are more students using the Internet. In between classes, the Internet runs at a fairly reasonable speed, so this is the best time to do any important Internet research.
The school labs are almost always full, but with the addition of the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Technology Center, the labs should have more room in them. There is at least one printer in each lab, but not all labs provide paper for printing. Paper is available to buy for $0.25 for 50 sheets in the library. There are also reams of paper available to buy in the campus bookstore.