Early this semester, an email survey sent out by the Technology Support Center caused a panic in some students at the University, The BG News reports.

The survey asked questions regarding the utilization of computer labs on campus. Upon receiving this, many students were led to believe that the amount of computers on campus would soon decrease.

Chief Information Officer John Ellinger addressed these rumors.

“The utilization of the computer labs is decreasing, so we are just trying to make the number [of computers] fit the need,” said Ellinger. “We currently have 1,700 devices on campus, while Ohio State, a school triple our...

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