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Can the public use the library computers?

2942 views   |   Last updated on Apr 16, 2021    visitors public access Covid-19


As of April 10, there is no public access to our library facilities other than for picking up requested materials and returns through August 2021


Due to COVID-19, access to the Library is limited to UConn students, faculty, and staff.  There are no library computers available to the public at this time.


There are a limited number of computers available to visitors (those without a University issued NetID) at each campus library. Ask at a service desk for locations.  Visitors can also use their own devices and connect to the wireless guest network.
At the Babbidge Library, public computers (not requiring a NetID for login) can be found on:
Level 4: in lobby
Level 3: in lobby
Level 2: in lobby
Plaza: on wall across from the iDesk and in Bookworms Café

For more information about computers and services available to visitors at all of our Libraries, please visit:

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