What may have been a problem for Loyola a few years ago has turned into one of the better aspects of the school. With the construction of the Information Commons, Loyola has taken its technologically-backward reputation and become a true 21st century university. There are multiple computer labs across campus, all computers are tethered to a single network, and students can effectively print from their computer in their dorm room into any print station on campus. While the University is predominantly Windows-based, there are several Apple labs, and students are able to use their universal log-in across the network. Most of the computers on campus come equipped with the most basic software (i.e., Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office), but it is not impossible to find computers installed with any number of advanced programs, depending on the task.