Computing in the Libraries

General Access Computers

During Mullins Renovation, a small number of General Access computers are available on level 4 south east. Help is available from Campus ITS (Information Technology Services) staff at the Arkansas Union or via Tech Help chat.

Campus visitors may request help with logging into General Access computers at the Mullins Help Desk on level 4.


Please see our printing FAQs.

Print Release Station

Print jobs are sent to a network queue and released through central print stations.

There is a print station on level 4 south east for black and white printing only. Print release stations are also available in the Arkansas Union and other Tech Spot Labs.

You will be asked for your UARK username and password when sending jobs to Tech Spot printers.

Login at to upload documents to send to campus Tech Spot printers.

Print Quotas

All current university students, faculty, and staff will continue to receive a free quota of $35 per semester for use in Tech Spot printing, the equivalent of:

If you have exceeded your quota, you will be prompted add value to your Razorbuck$ account. You will be able to check your quota at any time at

Visitors and community borrowers are not able to send jobs to Tech Spot printers. Please consider scanning, instead.

Scanning and Copying

KIC scanners make copying pages a breeze, with no logins or cost. You can save your scans to a USB drive or send as an email attachment.

Two KIC™ scanners are available on the East rotunda on level 4 of Mullins Library.

There are also scanners available at the Chemistry and Biochemistry Library and Physics Library.

Laptop Checkout

Laptops are available for checkout in the Arkansas Union Student Technology Center. Laptops can be reserved in advance at online at

Wireless Network Access

The campus offers two options for wireless connections:


Learn more about connecting to UARK Campus Wi-Fi

UARK Guest Wi-Fi

Other Computing Resources

Specialized workstations and software are available in several departments and branches:

Computer Use Policy

The University of Arkansas Libraries support the University's mission of teaching and research, and remind library users that the computers of the University Libraries are made available to support these academic functions. The following policy applies to the use of computing equipment within the Libraries and supplements the University's Code of Computing Practices (see link below).

Use of the Libraries' computing resources is a privilege that depends on patrons using these resources in compliance with the policies of the University and the Libraries, and with all applicable laws governing privacy and usage.

Priority in Use of Computing Work Stations

  1. In University Libraries and general-access computer labs, priority shall be given to users engaged in activities directly related to the University's mission (e.g., completing course assignments or engaging in research). Use of the Libraries' computing resources for academic pursuits takes precedence over non-academic use (e.g., recreational e-mail, Internet surfing, chat, or games).
  2. Use of the University Libraries' computer workstations for non-academic work is not permitted when others are waiting to use the equipment. Therefore, the staff of the Libraries may ask you to limit or curtail non-academic usage during peak hours or periods of heavy demand.
  3. The Libraries strive to serve all patrons in a courteous, equitable manner. However, when the demand by the faculty, staff, and students of the University—its primary clientele—for computers in the Libraries exceeds the supply, the Libraries reserve the right to ask non-affiliated patrons to relinquish the use of a workstation.
  4. Access to computers is limited to individuals who are 16 or older. Verification of age may be required.
  5. Guest access to computers is not provided after midnight.


In the event of individual non-compliance with these or any of the Code of Computing Practices, University Libraries' staff may:

  1. formally or informally discuss the matter with the offending party,
  2. temporarily revoke or suspend access privileges, or
  3. refer the matter to the appropriate disciplinary authority.

Any violation of this code is misconduct for purposes of the student code of conduct, the law student code of conduct, and University personnel policies and may be punished accordingly. Any offense that violates local, state, or federal laws may result in the immediate loss of all University computing and network privileges and may be referred to the appropriate University disciplinary authority and/or law enforcement agencies.