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Computers (Library)

There are 24 computers located in the main library area for student use. Additionally, there are 16 computers available in the Instructional Technology Lab (ITL) for student use when the lab is not in use.


There are 3 computers with JAWS, Zoom Text Software, and power adjustable desks are available in the Assistive Technology Lab (ATL).


The Library has iPads available for in-library use.


The WIFI strength has been boosted on BCCC campus and students can now access the internet from the parking lots if they do not wish to enter the buildings!

Wireless access is available for students and patrons. Students should log into the "Campus" wireless with their network (Blackboard) user name and password. Patrons/Guests should use the "BCCC Guest" wireless. 

Computer Use Guidelines

Read these guidelines before using BCCC computers. A copy is also available at the circulation desk.

Network/Database Access:

Students/Faculty: use BCCC Network Login – log in with your network (Blackboard) user name and current password.

Library Patrons: use Library Card Number –  enter your full library card number.



Located at the circulation desk. Copies are 10 cents per side. Color printing is available at 25 cents per page.

*With a current student ID (from Building 1), 10 pages may be printed (black & white only) per day.*

Combination Copy & Scanner: 

Located opposite the circulation desk. Copies 10 cents per side.  There is no cost for scanning.


The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. The person using this equipment is liable for any infringement.

This institution reserves the right to refuse a copy order if, in its judgement, fulfillment of the order would involve violation of copyright law.