Lexington County Library is your one-stop destination for all things digital. We understand the importance of staying connected in today’s fast-paced world, which is why each of our 10 locations is equipped with public access computers and WiFi. Whether you need to send an urgent email, conduct research or simply browse the web, our public access computers are at your service. Worried about time constraints? Fear not. Our public access computer sessions are available for one hour, up to three hours per day, pending availability. And for those on-the-go, WiFi is available at all branches. So come on in and explore the world of digital resources that the library has to offer.
Multifunction copiers are available at all branches. The copiers provide photo scanning, document scanning, faxing as well as black & white and color copying.
Need to print on the go? No problem. Lexington County Library offers Mobile Printing services to make your life easier. With just a few clicks, you can print your documents from your phone, tablet or laptop and pick them up at the library. Whether you’re running late for a meeting or need to print that last-minute paper, our mobile printing service has got you covered. So drop by and give it a try. Print jobs can be sent to any of our 10 locations and the Mobile Library. Color prints are $1 per page; Black & white prints are 25¢ per page.
At our library, we're committed to providing access to information and resources for all. That's why we're proud to offer free WiFi at all of our locations. Whether you're studying for exams, working on a project or just need to stay connected, our WiFi network has got you covered. With our high-speed internet connection, you can browse, stream and download to your heart's content. We believe that access to information is a right, not a privilege, and Lexington County Library is happy to provide this essential service to our community.
We're thrilled to offer computer and internet access at our library. If your library account is in good standing, you're welcome to use our public access computers for up to 3 one-hour sessions per day. Fines or fees on your library account should be $5 or less for public computer access. Don't forget to follow our Internet Access Policy to make sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience.
If you don't have a library card, don't worry. You can use our computers as a guest for one hour per day. Just be prepared to show identification if our staff needs to verify your age.
Parents or legal guardians of children under 18 can sign an Internet Agreement form to allow their child access to the internet. Children under 18 can use their own library card or the card of their parent, legal guardian, or adult family member over 18. And if you need help, just ask our staff. We're here to help, although availability may vary depending on demand.
We take internet safety seriously, and we ask that children 12 years old or younger be accompanied by a parent, legal guardian, adult family member or teacher while using our computers. Children 13 to 17 can access the internet on their own if they have their parent or legal guardian's permission, and everyone should follow our Internet Use Agreement.
While we do our best to keep the internet safe, inappropriate content may still be accessed. In order to ensure that everyone has a great experience, our staff has the authority to end an internet session. We want everyone to have a great time at the library, so visit any of our 10 locations and get connected.