Computers and Printing

For Students, Faculty, and Staff

An overhead view of Douglass Library's computer lab

New Brunswick Libraries host computer labs for Rutgers students, staff, and faculty that are run by the Office of Information Technology. The labs are spread among the libraries on the Busch, College Avenue, Cook/Douglass, and Livingston campuses. They include PCs and Macs, printers, and an extensive suite of software. Access to the computers is via NetID.

The Computer Lab Directory, lab rules and regulations, available software, and other details about the labs are available from the Office of Information Technology.

Public scanners are also located in each of the libraries and are available for use by all individuals on site. Some libraries have public copiers.

For Alumni, Guests, and the Public

A student uses a document scanner at Alexander Library

A small number of public computers in New Brunswick Libraries are available for the use of alumni, guests, and members of the public. Each computer is connected to a fee-based printer.

Alumni, guests, and other members of the public who are 18 years of age or older may be required to present their current government issued photo identification card, including address and birth date, and register in order to use guest computers.

Public scanners are also available. Some libraries have public copiers.