Technology in the Library
If you need assistance, ask for help at the Service Desk, located on the 1st floor.
Email ITS with additional questions: email@example.com.
If no one is available at either of these locations or you are away from the Library,
you might find an answer on the IT FAQ page: http://service.franklincollege.edu/kb/
Hamilton Library provides wireless access throughout the building for FC students, faculty, and staff.
The Wi-Fi network is “Franklin College Secure WiFi.”
However, guest internet access is not available.
Several networked computers are available throughout the library.
Login with your FC username/password. Guest access is not provided.
- 1st Floor—12 virtual computers, 2 PCs, and 1 MAC computer
- 2nd Floor—20 virtual computers in HAM 211, computer lab
- 3rd Floor—30 virtual computers in HAM 309, 24 hour lab
All library computers are connected to the networked printers.
Black/white pages are $.04 per copy ($.07 double-sided), and color pages are $.32 per copy ($.53 double-sided).
*You will need to scan your FC OneCard at the printer to begin printing.
Copy machines are located on the 1st and 3rd floors.
Black/white copies are $.04 per copy ($.07 double-sided), and color copies are $.32 per copy ($.53 double-sided).
*You will need to scan your FC OneCard at the printer to begin copying.
Copy machines, located on the 1st and 3rd floors have an “Email” option that allows you to scan
documents to your email, a professor’s email, and/or any email address.
Scanning to email is FREE.
*You will need to scan your FC OneCard at the printer to begin email scanning.
Students begin the school year with a $15 printing/copying balance on their account.
If you have questions about your printing/copying balance, please visit the Copy Shop in the basement of Old Main. You can also call (317) 738-8291.
For additional campus IT Services, visit Information Technology Services at MyFC.
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