Publicly Accessible Computers - Library Technology


The University Library, in keeping with our mission “to ensure unfettered access to information,” provides publicly accessible computers throughout our facilities. All users, whether affiliated with the University of Illinois or not, are welcome to use these designated computers in the following locations.

ACES (Funk) Library – four computers in Room 212 South

Architecture and Art (Ricker) Library – one computer in Room 208 of the Architecture Building.

Chemistry Library – one computer in Room 170 of Noyes Laboratory

Communications Library – one computer in Room 122 of Gregory Hall

Grainger Engineering Library Information Center

  • One computer in Room 000M
  • One computer in Room 134
  • One computer in Room 136
  • Four computers in Room 140

Main Library

  • First Floor
    • Two computers in the corridor outside Room 127 (Human Resources)
    • Seven computers in The Orange Room, Rooms 100 and 112
    • Three computers in Social Sciences, Health and Education Library (SSHEL), Room 101
    • Two computers in the Writer’s Workshop, Room 110b
    • One computer in the the University Archives, Room 146
  • Second Floor
    • Four computers inside the Main Stacks (for patrons with Main Stacks Access)
    • One computer in Scholarly Commons, Room 220
    • One computer in Literatures and Languages Library, Room 225
    • Six computers in History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library, Room 246
  • Third Floor
    • One computer in Scholarly Commons, Room 306
    • Five computers in International and Area Studies Library, Room 321
    • One computer in Illinois History and Lincoln Collection, Room 324
    • Two computer in Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Room 346
  • Fourth Floor
    • One computer in the Map Library, Room 418b

Music and Performing Arts Library

  • Three computers in Room 1316 of the Music Building
  • One computer in Room 2320 of the Music Building

Oak St. Library – One computer in Room 103

Student Life and Culture Archives – One computer in Room 105 of the Horticulture Field Lab Building

Veterinary Medicine – One computer in Room 1257 of the Veterinary Medicine Basic Sciences Building