Almost all students at the University make use of the campus computer centers, whether they are majoring in the sciences, engineering, business, education or liberal arts. The computers available feature a wide range of application software and programming languages for students in all disciplines.
To keep pace with changes in technology and increasing demands for memory and processing power, campus computing center computers are leased on a technology refresh program.
The Fairleigh Dickinson University Technical Assistance Center (UTAC) provides around-the-clock technical support services for more than 200 commercial off-the-shelf software applications, Google for Education, Microsoft and Macintosh (OS 8.x and higher) operating systems, all common browsers, WebCampus/BlackBoard, virtually all network connectivity options and password-reset support. This 24-hour helpdesk support is available to all students from the time they are officially admitted to the University.