Translation:The university does not have computers.
I wrote "The university has no computer" which I believe to be correct English even though it sounds awkward hence it complained I had a typo for missing the s. I think this might be based on expectation. Nobody would think it that strange if I said "I have no computer at home" but the expectation is that a University would have many computers
English doesn't have much conjugation, but this is an example of one that has survived. I do/don't You do/don't He/she/it does/doesn't
"The university" is third person singular (it), so "The university doesn't have computers" is correct and "The university don't have computers" is not.