Technology Equipment & Services Overview

  Borrow Technology Equipment

Technology equipment may be borrowed from your college, Library, or occasionally from another specific program or department. Technology equipment available for loan includes Chromebooks, graphing calculators, wi-fi hotspots, headphones, adapters, and more. When campus is open, technology equipment may also be used in the library's drop-in lab.

Skyline College Technology Loan Program

Students who need to borrow a Chromebook, hotspot, or calculator in order to complete coursework, may come to the library to request a device. Supplies are limited. Current enrollment at the college will be verified prior to issuing technology.

Technology Loan Agreement  

Technology Loan Program

Drop-in Lab

The drop-in lab is located in the center of the library (Building 5, Second Floor). Students have access to 40 desktop computers running Microsoft Windows 10. The drop-in lab computers feature up-to-date software such as Microsoft Office, Adobe software, and more.

All students and library patrons must adhere to the Skyline College Computer Use Policies at all times.

  Learning Technology Support

Having issues with your college accounts?

If you are having issues with WebSMART, Zoom, Canvas, or your student email, try utilizing the following technology resources provided by the college district.

The library provides support for Canvas and WebSMART, as well as programs such as Microsoft Office and various Google apps to aid student success. We do not fix hardware issues, remove viruses, or install software. Our support is focused on learning technologies and tools to aid you in your academic work. If we cannot solve the issue you are having, we may direct you to the district resources above for further assistance.

Need to speak with somebody?

District Tech Help Desk  

  Get Internet & Wi-Fi Services

There are several options for finding internet and Wi-Fi services to meet your needs.

  • Have internet service through an existing plan? Use a smartphone or mobile hotspot while you are on the go.
  • Don't have internet service through an existing plan? Learn more about the following options:
    • Borrow a hotspot from your campus technology loan program (available for registered students)
    • Visit campus for free Wi-Fi at the Library and other campus locations
    • Find a local public library, coffee shop, or other destination that provides free Wi-Fi