Question: Do You Need A Library Card To Print At The Library?

Do you need a library card to use the computer?

All library patrons must have a library card before they can use the computers.

Children under 18 must have their own library card with an internet permission slip on file.

When applying for a library card, either a parent or legal guardian must accompany the child.

Can you print at a library?

You can print from a variety of devices using our ePrint service. With our new ePrint service, you can use your personal computer or mobile device to print to the library’s printers from anywhere. Simply submit documents for printing and come to the library to release and pick up your document using your library card.

Are library cards free?

Yes, we all know that library cards are free to sign up for. And that’s just talking about books – most public libraries also offer access to DVDs, BluRays, CDs, magazines, audiobooks, video games, and digital downloads, and that’s not even factoring in a library’s public programming or databases and online resources.

How much do libraries charge for printing?

Single-sided B&W prints and copies cost $0.10. 11″x17″ copies cost $0.20 (only available on multifunction machines in the journal stacks) Color printer and copies are $ 0.30 per page. Scanning is $ 0.01 per page.