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PC laptops are available for “in-library” and “take-home” checkout at the South Campus (main) Library.
For In-Library Laptop Checkout:
Eligibility for in-library checkout:
- Current UT Southwestern faculty, staff, residents, fellows, and students in good standing.
- Staff of affiliated institutions (Parkland Health & Hospital System, Children's Medical Center, Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences, and UT Southwestern Austin Programs) in good standing.
Availability: Laptops are available on a first-come, first-served basis and may be borrowed for up to six (6) hours during staffed hours. (Note: They cannot be reserved in advance.) The latest time a laptop may be checked out is two (2) hours before the Information Desk closes each day. Laptops must be returned to the Information Desk no later than 30 minutes before it closes. The Library does not currently charge a penalty for late check-in, but user privileges may be suspended.
Required documents for in-library checkout: Borrowers must have registered for Library account and be in good standing. To check out laptops, borrowers must present either a valid UT Southwestern ID or a Library card and another picture ID at the Information Desk.
Laptops must remain in the Library at all times. The laptop and any accessories are the responsibility of the borrower while checked out.
All laptops must not be left unattended or unsecured since thefts have occurred in the Library. Locks are available to secure laptops to certain Library furniture.
For Take-Home Laptop Checkout:
The Library has a limited number of PC laptops that may be checked out for home/office use.
Eligibility for take-home checkout: Current UT Southwestern faculty, staff, residents, fellows, and students in good standing.
Availability: These Laptops are available on a first-come, first-served basis and may be borrowed for 30 days with no renewals. (Note: They cannot be reserved in advance.) Take-home laptops are available for checkout during staffed hours. The Library does not currently charge a penalty for late check-in, but user privileges may be suspended.
Required documents for take-home checkout: Borrowers must have registered for Library account and be in good standing. To check out laptops, borrowers my present either a valid UT Southwestern ID or a Library card and another picture ID at the Information Desk.
Use of a laptop is subject to University regulations on computer resources and the Library Use and Conduct Policy. The borrower will not add, alter, delete, or copy any software loaded on these computers. The laptop will not be used for illegal use. No additional software is to be loaded without permission of Library staff. Any computer malfunctions should be reported to Information Desk staff immediately.
Library resources are selected to support the educational, scientific, and clinical missions of the campus. Use of Library resources is restricted to activities related to these missions.
Network, wireless, and power connections are available at the both South Campus (main) Library and North Campus Branch Library. For wireless access, Library users with personal laptops or other devices must have Virtual Private Networking (VPN) account or connect to the wireless network.
If you do not find what you need, please call 214-648-2001 to reach the Information Desk, or email us.