Information Technology - Computer Requirements
The University of New Hampshire School of Law has a campus-wide wired and wireless network, through which internet access is afforded to all students, faculty, staff, and guests. We use Microsoft O365 for student e-Mail and calendaring.
While we do not require students to own a laptop, it is practically a must for anyone attending classes here. We do have a computer area in the library known as the Corral which houses a limited number of Windows-based PC's and printers that are dedicated for student use. For e-mail and internal web-browsing purposes, we offer four dedicated terminals throughout the main building.
Please visit the UNH Computer Store for our most currently recommended configurations and academic discounts.
We strive to offer support to all students and faculty/staff when it comes to using their preferred computing platform and therefore support virtually all modern versions of Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and linux. Our exam software (EBB) requires the use of either Mac OS or Microsoft Windows (sorry, no linux, iOS, Android, or Windows RT).
We do charge a fee for student printing at a cost of 10 cents per printed page (15 cents duplexed), using Cat's Cache. If you wish to print from your laptop you must install our student printing client which is located here (linux users must be configured for student printing by the IT department).
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the UNH Law Information Technology office.