Most academic buildings have computers for student use somewhere, but the most popular places are the Windows labs in Nussbaum, the Mac labs in Rupp, and the general access desktops in Zondervan Library (which are conveniently located a crumpled-paper-ball's toss away from Taylor's first-rate tech support team). As a result, students who choose not (or cannot afford) to bring a personal laptop to school are not at a serious disadvantage. Admittedly, it's not particularly fun trudging through snow drifts just to finish an essay, though. However, for students who do bring computers, life is quite convenient. Taylor features free Wi-Fi for students, and though it isn't blazing fast, it gets the job done. TU's bandwidth rations aren't unreasonable, either; unless they start streaming hi-res Netflix movies for 26 hours without stopping, students barely know it's there. The Wi-Fi does have one cost, though: Taylor's firewall.
Taylor's administration is not made up of idiots. They know exactly what's available on the vast reaches of the Internet, and take no joy in the thought that some of their students are in danger of serious addictions. As such, their firewall is quite strict. Though it does sometimes block sites for such things as "mature humor" (raising an unfavorable outcry from students), it's a small price to pay to keep Taylor students safe from themselves.