Use My Laptop
Please note: Most of the information below applies to student, faculty or staff member at the University of Maryland, College Park. If you are a guest, please see the Guest Access section below.
Printing wirelessly to library printers
(You must be logged in to the University's wireless network - see above - in order to print wirelessly)
- Start at Printing from your personal computer
- Print from your laptop to any library printer, from anywhere on the campus network (e.g.,. department, dorm room, etc).
- Don't delay. You must pick up your print job in a library within 2 hours of sending it or your request will be dropped (deleted) from the print server.
Connecting to the campus wireless network
- Login to the campus network - eduroam.
- Login using your University DirectoryID@umd.edu and password (required).
- Guide to the University's wireless network
- What is eduroam? eduroam is a secure service that allows students to have access to wireless internet when visiting participating institutions by using their student ID and password from their home institution.
- Which USMAI and other local schools participate in eduroam? UMD, UMUC, UMB, UMBC, Towson, Morgan State, and Georgetown all participate in eduroam.
- For more information about participating schools, visit the eduroam site.
- For more information about eduroam at UMD, visit the IT's eduroam list of guides.
- Guests to the library can register for 24 hour guest access accounts through the umd-guest wireless network.
- Library staff do not sponsor Guest Wireless Accounts. If you are unable to connect to the umd-guest wireless network, please use the public computers available in all campus Libraries.
- Other University faculty and staff may provide Sponsored Accounts if they agree to do so.
Security and your laptop
- It only takes a minute for a thief to strike!
- Avoid being a crime statistic. Do not leave your laptop unattended.
- All campus buildings are public spaces, even the Libraries, so be vigilant about guarding the safety of your personal belongings.
Getting a wired connection
- Connect to the network:
Students, faculty and staff may get directions from the DIT Get Connected page.
Need help with your wireless or wired connection?
- Visit Terrapin Tech located in 1221 McKeldin for in-person tech support.
- Call 301-405-1500, the Division of Information Technology Service Desk