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Library Policy​

Computer and Printer Use Policies

Effective Fall 2010, all public computers and printers on campus require authentication. There is a select cluster of public computers available for guest use on the main level of the library (near the Research Assistance Office).  Please see a staff member at the Circulation Desk or in the Research Assistance office for assistance accessing a public computer.  Note, access to computers may be restricted to PC patrons only during peak times during the semester.  Please see a staff member at any service desk for assistance. Visitor Policy.

Printing:

Public Printing is now available by authentication or by purchasing a Guest card only.  Guest cards may be purchased for $1 from the card machine in the Copier area on the Main Level.  Guest cards may also be used on library copiers.  Balances on guest cards may also be replenished in denominations of $1, $5, $10, $20, etc., but the machine does not make change. 

Printing costs:

Single-sided black and white - $0.08/page
Double-sided black and white - $0.05/page
Single-sided color (if available) - $0.50/page
Double-sided color (if available) - $0.25/page

Please see a staff member at any service desk for assistance. 

Wireless Access:

Visitors are not able to use the wireless network at this time. If you believe you should have access to the wireless network, please see a staff member at any service desk for assistance.

Providence College has established an Acceptable Use Policy that provides guidelines and rules for the use and misuse of all campus technology resources. This policy is enforced and should be read in full and adhered to when utilizing campus technology resources. This policy is subject to change and should be reviewed often.  All users of Phillips Memorial Library resources must comply with this policy. Failure to do so will result in the suspension of library privileges.

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