USA Today reports that a new generation of college students is increasingly reliant on technologies and internet services to stay connected both socially and academically. To take advantage of this, colleges and universities are modernizing to make students’ every need available online. In the fall, Montclair University will be one of 15 schools to incorporate Rave Wireless, an application that will allow students to digitally access assignments, grades, bus and train schedules, study room availability, and more. In addition, students can use a feature dubbed “Rave Guardian,” which allows students who feel unsafe to set a timer en route to a destination. If the student does not deactivate the timer or answer a call from public safety, a GPS system kicks in and then tracks the phone. The student’s information is then sent to police. In addition, schools are incorporating technology to make day-to-day chores such as laundry easier to manage. Over 30 schools are incorporating E-Suds, which is now putting laundry online. The service allows students to be alerted via PDA or cell phone when their laundry is done…