The Library offers tabletop charging stations at tables located around the Information Commons on the first floor. These stations each feature Apple Lightning connectors and USB type-C connectors. The stations are secured to the table, and the adaptor cords are secured within the stations, allowing for multiple users at a table to charge their devices simultaneously, even while using them.
For more information,or to provide feedback on the table top charging stations, please contact the Student Technology Consultant at the Computing Help service desk in the Information Commons.
There is also a charging locker located at the south end of the first floor of the Campus Library which is wholly supported by ASUWB and Campus Safety. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about the charging locker, please email the ASUWB Treasurer at email@example.com or the ASUWB team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: The Campus Library is not responsible for personal theft and/or personal liability and is not responsible for lost or stolen articles.
If you are unable to gain access to your locker or forget your passcode please contact Campus Safety for assistance. Campus Safety may ask you to describe your item and may ask you to unlock your device prior to you taking possession of your electronics. In addition, Campus Safety will need some form of identification.
Campus Safety Office LB2-005 Dispatch: 425-352-5359 email: email@example.com
If there are any damaged locker parts, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
While recharging your device in the Campus Library, never leave it unattended, even for a brief moment! It may only take seconds for you to lose your device to theft at any time in any location! The Library assumes no liability for loss or damage by anyone using the recharging stations.
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