Clemson has 15 computer labs around campus supporting about 1,000 computers. Students agree that the Clemson channel is a great help because it tells you which labs are full and which are not. For the most part, the network is well maintained, but you can always expect something to go
wrong before a big assignment is due.
Clemson's computer network is sufficient to meet the needs
of all of its students. Although computer labs in popular locations can fill quickly during the day, there is always a computer available somewhere-you just have to know where to look. The University has an agreement with Dell, so the computers are state-of-the-art and are constantly being updated. You should have no problem surviving at Clemson without your own computer-as long as you're not addicted to Instant Messenger.