Credentials for Access
In order to gain access to the Computer Lab, patrons must have one of two things:
- A library card in good standing (no overdue materials or fines) with a blue internet sticker OR
- A day pass. Day passes can be used if you forget your library card or are just visiting for the day. You must present a photo ID with your current address in order to obtain a day pass.
Patrons are guaranteed at least one half hour on a computer. When we are busy, users are rotated out depending on who has been using a computer the longest. If you get rotated out, you can come back in a half hour. We don’t limit how many times you can come back.
Patrons must vacate their computer within 5 minutes of being asked to leave.
A maximum of two (2) patrons are allowed at one computer at any given time. Both patrons must have library cards or day passes.
|Age||Library card or day pass required?||Must share computer with adult?|
|13 or above||yes||no|
Small children must be secured in a stroller, carrier, etc.
Patrons are responsible for removal of private information stored on the Temporary Patron Drive.
Patrons are responsible for all personal belongings. Any personal items left in the Computer Lab, such as removable media and other electronic devices, will be taken to Lost & Found. See the Circulation Department for disposition of Lost & Found items.
Patrons must silence cell phones and pagers while in the Lab. Calls must be answered in the Library lobby, not in the Computer Lab.
Patrons are responsible for paying for ALL print outs. There are no free prints. See the Printing and Services page for more information.
- Viewing pornographic images: first time offense is a ban of 30 days from the Library; second offense constitutes a ban of 6 months from the Library.
- Verbally abusive, disruptive, uncooperative, or threatening behavior: first offense is a ban of 30 days from the Library.
- Deliberate abuse or destruction of computer equipment: permanent ban from the Library.
- Violent act (punching, pushing, hitting, brandishing a weapon): permanent ban from the Library.
Acceptable Use Policy
In order to use the library’s computers, patrons must agree to the Acceptable Use Policy.