This chapter discusses the student's experiences and engagements with digital technology during their university careers are as complex, compromised and problematic as those of academic and professional staff. Indeed, the work of being a university student has a significant influence on the shaping of digital higher education. As part of the analysis of digital technology as labour within higher education, the chapter considers the working lives of the students who fill university courses and campuses. As the ultimate 'end users' of much of the digital technologies discussed here discusses that consideration of student-focused technologies tend to be concerned actually with issues relating to teachers and technology. Here, the received wisdom tends to be that university students as predominantly young, well-educated and well-resourced individuals are inclined inherently towards using digital technologies within their day-to-day lives and, it follows, are well-disposed towards academic use of technology.