We are excited to share our new Library catalog and search tool! We hope that you will find it easy to search and explore our collections. If you need help, have questions, or want to share feedback, visit the Ask a Librarian page.
Mac and PC computers are located throughout the Thompson (Main) Library, Music Library, and Art Library. Specific design, architecture, fabrication, data analysis, and programming software can be found in the Design Studio. For other specially-targeted computing spaces, see Classrooms & Teaching Facilities. For a full list of technology to use and check out, see the Equipment Catalog.
Networking and wireless
The Main, Art and Music Libraries are completely wireless. Guests can access the Vassar Public WiFi Network. There are also Ethernet ports available throughout the buildings. For more information, see Connecting to the Vassar Network.
The wireless network in the Main and Art Libraries is a gift of the Vassar Senior Class of 2004.
In order to print/copy in the library, you will need to use your Vassar ID or purchase a VPrint card. VPrint printers are located near the Main LIbrary Reference Room, in the Periodical Room, and on the ground floor near the main stairs. Printers are also available in the Music Library and Art Library. The VPrint card machine is located in the main library only, near the north entrance. For more information about purchasing a VCard, visit the Main Library Circulation Desk.
Need alternate formats?
The Office of Accessibility and Educational Opportunity recommends the use of SensusAccess software to automatically convert documents into alternative media, including audio books, e-books, and digital Braille. Online articles from the Libraries' many databases and journals are excellent candidates for SensusAccess software! Contact the Office of Accessibility and Educational Opportunity to learn more about the software, receive training, and explore the document conversion process.