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► Students who want to use a computer located in the library or in another computer lab on campus need to enter the first half of their University email (everything before @ symbol) as their user name and their assigned 6 character PIN as their password.

► You need to contact Information Technology Services if you have forgotten or never received your PIN.

► Students must activate their University email via LioNet.

► In order to connect to Wi-Fi, please follow this link to find out how.

► To read the Spiva Library Computer Policies, click here.


▩ To access a computer workstation, sign-in at the Reference Desk on the 3rd floor or Secondary Circulation Desk on the 1st floor. A parent may show photo ID for children age 15 and younger. Children 12 years of age or younger must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

▩ There is a time limit of one hour per day for community users.

▩ Patrons of George A. Spiva Library have access to over 100 individual computer workstations. While all workstations have the same basic software (Microsoft Office, OneNote, etc.), some computers have specialized software to meet the needs of specific users.


Use our computer study areas to work on assignments, research projects, or simply browse the web. Spiva Library has computers, printers and scanners. You'll also find Mac computers on the fourth floor of the Spiva Library.

All computers have the basic software (Office Suite, browsers, media players) installed, plus special software for graphics, statistics, engineering, and more. See available Standard Software and Special Software installed at the library.


Where are the computers in the library?

  • There are computer workstations on all four floors of the library, totaling over 100.
  • All students workstations are networked to a single printer on each floor that prints both color and B&W.
  • All student workstations have the Windows 10 and Microsoft Office Professional Plus.
  • Only the 10 workstations located on the 3rd floor alcove, by the lion, have special software
    such as ArcGIS, AutoCAD, Autodesk, Minitab, PASW statistics, and Visual Studio.
  • There is one workstation on the first, third, and fourth floors connected to a scanner.
  • There are a limited number of computer workstations for public use on the first and third floors only.

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