Answered By: Adam Sexton Last Updated: Jul 16, 2017 Views: 764
Most computers within the campus libraries require a login and are restricted to current USC students, faculty, and staff members.
However, Doheny Library does provide two public access computers for non-USC people (stand-up terminals only) to conduct academic research.
In order to use one of these public access computers, you will need to ask at the circulation desk. As of July 17, 2017, you will need to provide a state or school issued ID in order to gain access to a public access computer. A library supervisor will then log you into the computer.
Please note that the login expires automatically after 30 minutes. Patrons are limited to two logins total, per day.