Spring Semester – Returning or Picking Up Laptops
Laptops and hotspots can be checked out at the Learning Commons from 10am – 4pm, Monday – Friday. If you are enrolled in classes during the Spring, laptops and hotspots will be due on May 17th. If you are not enrolled in the Spring, they must be returned by 4pm on Monday, January 11th to avoid fines. For more information, please see the laptop/hotspot FAQ, or contact the Learning Commons at (510) 885-4152 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Library Learning Commons has a limited supply of laptop computers available to check out for an entire semester, one month, two weeks, or one week. The laptops can be checked out by any registered student on a first-come, first-served basis as long as supplies last.
|Laptop Loan Period||Due Date||Renewable|
(not available for Summer Session)
|Due by 4:00pm the last day of the semester||Not renewable|
|One month||Due in 30 days||Renewable up to 3 times in one semester|
|Two weeks||Due in two weeks, excluding weekends||Renewable 3 times, up to eight weeks total|
|One week||Due in one week, excluding weekends||Renewable 3 times, up to one month total|
If you haven't made an online reservation, laptops are available on a first-come, first-served basis. To check out either a reserved or available laptop, please bring your Bay Card to the Learning Commons located on the Library Lower Mall. For more information, please contact the Library Learning Commons at email@example.com or 510-885-4152.
Laptops must be renewed in-person at the Library Learning Commons on the Hayward campus. Laptops cannot be renewed online. Please bring your laptop to the Learning Commons located on the Library Lower Mall if you would like to renew.
If your laptop is damaged, stolen, or lost during your loan period, please contact the Library Learning Commons immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-885-4152. You are financially responsible for the cost of repairing or replacing the laptop. The cost for repair or replacement will depend on the laptop model.
The Library Learning Commons provides various models of laptops and Chromebooks as part of the Loaner Laptop Program.
Students may install software on the machine just as they would on their personal laptop. The Library Learning Commons does not create custom software images for individual needs or for specific classes.