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FAQs - Library Information

Frequently Asked Questions about the KCC Library


Do you have computers, Wi-Fi, headphones, and flash drives?

Yes!  Yes!  No.  No.

The Kirtland Library has 4 express computers in the main section and 10 computers located in our Quiet Room. All computers print to the printer behind the circulation desk. Each study room has a computer attached to a large screen and a white board.   All of the computers have internet access, and free Wi-Fi is available.  Headphones and flash drives are available for purchase in the bookstore. 

How much does printing cost?

There is no charge for reasonable printing by current Kirtland students.  There is a ten cent per page fee for all other patrons.  Your pages will be available from a library staff member at the circulation desk.  The Library printer is only configured to print from the Library's computers.


Can I print from my computer?

No, you cannot print from your laptop. You are welcome to email the pages to your email and then use the Library computers to print. The Library printer is only configured to print from the Library’s computers. 

How much does it cost to make copies?

Copying is available in Hallway B near the Surge Tech labIt costs ten cents per page.  The self-serve copier accepts coins and bills.

Does the library have a DVD player?

Yes, the Kirtland Library has DVD players in the Quiet Room. Sometimes class assignments require the viewing of a DVD.  Please contact the reference librarian for assistance.  You will need to bring your own headphones; headphones are for sale in the Bookstore.

Is there a way I can get something scanned?

Yes, but the Library does not have scanning services.  To get something scanned you will need to go to the Print Shop which is in the Physical Plant building, adjacent to the Fine Arts Center on the Roscommon Campus.