Free to Use Service
The Kalamazoo Public Library provides over 100 public computers to support the education and information needs of the community. All our locations offer free access to computers you can use to search our online resources, connect to the internet and use popular software, like Microsoft Office. At our digital lab The Hub, we offer special software for digitization and production featuring Adobe Creative Cloud. At some branches, you can even use your Library card to borrow a Chromebook or iPad. If you are out of the library district and need to access a computer, guest passes are available with photo ID at the Information Desk.
Computer sessions last 90 minutes, but time can be extended if no other patrons are waiting. Ask at the Information Desk if you need a longer computer session. Anything saved to the hard drive of a library computer is erased at the end of your session. so please be sure to save your work to removable or cloud storage.
Library Staff are available to assist you with signing on to the public computers, accessing the Internet, and printing documents. Please note that while staff can provide basic assistance with general computer tasks, they cannot fill out online forms or navigate within websites for you.
Staff availability may vary.
Reserve a Computer
You can reserve a public computer online or in person with your Library account.