This concept was pretty cool
back when it was first introduced
, because schools actually cared
about how wired
people viewed them to be.
Nowadays, though, the schools that opt out, like mrichich mentioned, are just as well-known to be heavily technology-influenced. Besides, aside from the random liberal arts school back in the woods trying to hide from the real world, just about all decent universities are well-wired now.
I would just guess it's outlived its usefulness. Too bad, it was a pretty cool idea, but at the same time, it's a Good Thing(tm) that high-tech is such a given in higher education these days.