All the residential halls have wireless internet connections. The university also provides free virus protection software. If you bring your own computer, there is a "res con", student computer assistant, in each building who can help you out with the technical details or any questions. If you are not bringing your own computer, there are many computers around campus for public use. In fact, there are 12 machines in the area where I work. Every student is allotted a certain amount of free laser printing. There are laser printers available in the various computer pods. We have one here by the NSE office. Every student is also given a free Binghamton University e-mail account. It's accessible through the BUSI (registration) system. You will need a computer pod sign-on to access the public computers and the laser printing. If you live on-campus, the Discovery Advisor (DA) for your building will be able to help you access your e-mail account and pod sign-on, ask them directly or just stop by a Discovery Center for help. There are student assistants in some of the computer pods who will be able to help as well.