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ACC Libraries Computer Log-On: Log On a Library Computer

Log On to a Library Computer

How do I log on to a computer?

If you have logged on to Blackboard, then you already know how to log on to a library computer. 

You will need to enter

  • your currently active ACCeID
  • your ACC password

If you need more help with your ACCeID, consult with a Reference Librarian.  You can also see this information about activating your ACCeID if you have not already done so.

library computer logon

Note: Visitors must sign in at the Reference Desk first.

Don't forget to log off when you are finished so that others will not see your activity or personal information on the computer.


If you are a STUDENT, the computer will log off after 10 minutes of inactivity

If you are a VISITOR or FUTURE STUDENT, your time on the computer is limited to 30 min for Visitors, 60 min for Future Students.
Visitors, please see this FAQ..

**Save Your Work OftenConsider saving to a USB flash drive or to your ACC Google Drive account **

Save Information to portable or cloud storage (e.g.,USB  or Google drive)
See more information on the Saving/Printing tab.

STUDENTS -- Save Information to Google Drive
See more information on the Saving/Printing tab.

Your ACC Google Account - ACCMail

ACC uses G Suite for Education so that you can store and even edit your documents from anywhere you have access online.

ACC provides all students with a Google mail account - ACCMail -  plus all the other Google Apps like Docs for web-based word processing, Sheets for spreadsheets, and Slides for presentation programs, plus sharable calendars, chat, and more. ACCmail allows you to take advantage of Google’s tools while maintaining an domain name.

ACC uses 2 step-authentication (Okta) for all loglns using your ACCeID and password.

Here are the Okta set up or edit your multi-factor authentication (MFA) instructions.

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