We have about 30 desktop computers for your use, all on the first floor of the library.
The computer lab (to the right and beyond the staircase) has two Bloomberg terminals, two Mac computers, a color printer, as well as specific software not found on other computers in the library.
The lab near the Reference Desk offers the same UT-issued software you will find in throughout campus, including the Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office.
Virtual meetings using Zoom/Facetime/Skype etc. are allowed in the library computer labs; however, we require the use of headphones and that patrons use the chat function to communicate during class session or any virtual meeting.
Headphones are available at the Circulation Desk for you to keep. Please keep your headphones for future use in the labs. They are free!
If you need to talk during a meeting, book a study room.
Learn about the Bloomberg Terminals in the front Library computer lab here:
The Macdonald-Kelce Library at the University of Tampa is a selective depository of U.S. Federal government documents and allows the public access to these government documents during normal open hours.
Visitors may use the public computer which is equipped with Microsoft Office suite and the library databases, by signing in as guests at the Circulation Desk. Time is limited to a single two-hour session per day. Scanners are available for public use. For a detailed list of accessible databases, see the Databases for On-Site Public Users Guide.