There are a limited number of open computer clusters in comparison to the number of computer labs available within classroom buildings. Many of the classroom building computer labs are locked, and if not, they have limited access by password and can only be used by students enrolled in majors within that college or department. The number of computers available for use in the open computer labs is adequate, although it gets congested during the late-morning hours through the middle of the afternoon.
Another concern about using the public computer clusters is logging off each time you leave the computer. By doing so, you can protect yourself from someone who may use the computer to look up inappropriate content, send inappropriate messages, or spread virus-infected items under your account. The network on campus is reliable and safe. The maintenance done on the computer network rarely makes it inaccessible for extended periods of time. The wireless network on campus is very accommodating and provides almost entirely uninterrupted service to users even when it is managing heavy computer traffic. Bringing a laptop to campus is highly recommended because it provides excellent versatility, and wireless Internet can be accessed in almost all classrooms.