Over the past few years, we at CampusConnect have seen the population of wireless devices triple amongst students from year to year. This year is no exception. We are happy to report the latest trends and technology update for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year! During the months of August and September, we assisted thousands of students across the U.S. connect their personal computers and secondary devices (tablets, readers, smartphones, etc.) to their wired or wireless internet networks at their off-campus residence. During fall move-in, we identified over 20 various types of tech devices that students used to connect to the Internet. Over 49% of these secondary devices consisted of smartphones. Additionally, our data revealed that 45% of all secondary devices used by students consisted of Apple branded products, such as iPhones, iPads, Apple TVs and iPods. Recent studies show that college students on average spend approximately 75% of their time online! The latest College Explorer report by Re:Fuel Agency reported that on average, students spent about 125.4 hours per week on connected devices.