Computers & Printing
The Brenham Public Library offers free Wi-Fi, public access computers, printing, copying, faxing, scanning, Wi-Fi HotSpots for checkout, and more!
The Brenham Public Library has free public internet access for Wi-Fi-enabled devices. No password is needed!
Patrons may connect to the Library Guest network after agreeing to usage terms outlined by the City of Brenham.
The Nancy Carol Roberts Memorial Library is not responsible for work or information lost, or damage that may occur from the use of the wireless internet access service. A patron’s use of the library’s wireless internet access is at their own risk.
Public desktop computers are available during normal operating hours on a first-come, first-served basis. Login requires a library card in good standing. Don't have a library card? Sign up for a free library card, or present a photo ID for computer-only access. Computer sessions are limited to one hour, and patrons may request an extension up to a maximum of three hours per day if no one else is waiting for a computer.
Patrons checking out a wireless device (Laptops, Chromebooks, etc.) must have a valid library card. Wireless devices are for use in the Library or on the Outdoor Patio only. Check-out sessions are limited to two hours. Time may be extended for a one-hour additional session if no one is waiting for the wireless device.
Patrons entering personal information including financial records do so at their own risk. All desktop computers will automatically shut down 10 minutes before the library closes. Please refer to our Library Policy Manual for more information.
- All Prints .25
- Black and White Copies: .10 per page
- Color Copies: .25 per page
- Faxing services are available for a fee.
- Outgoing fax: 1.75 on the first page, 1.00 per additional page. All outgoing faxes must be paid by a credit or debit card only.
Scanning to email is free!
We now have Kajeet SmartSpots for patrons to borrow! These devices create a Wi-Fi signal and can be used with laptops or other similar devices to access the internet. Each “Hot Spot” can be borrowed for up to 7 days and provides a limited amount of data for checking emails or general web browsing. Individuals who borrow a SmartSpot must be 18 years or older and have a library account that is in good standing.
Google Chromebooks (Computer Notebooks) are also available for patrons to borrow. Contact the Library for more information.
The Bluebonnet Media Room is a compact professional video recording studio available to all library patrons aged 16 and over with a current library card. With a chroma-green backdrop, acoustic paneling, and studio-grade recording equipment, this little room is great for capturing personalized interviews, sharing public service announcements, and conducting virtual meetings. Contact us to schedule a quick tutorial prior to your first recording.
Virtual Meeting Space
Do you need to participate in a virtual conference, tele-health appointment, or online interview? We can help! The library offers many ways to connect virtually; from web-enabled laptops to conference rooms with state-of-the-art recording equipment. Call the front desk at (979) 337-7201 to schedule a space for your next online meeting.