So, can walk-ins access the internet from their laptops at UBC? Yes, but only if they fall into two groups: people with FatPort accounts or visitors affiliated with institutions that use eduroam.

For more FatPort info, visit UBC IT’s FatPort page.

For more eduroam info and the institutions participating, visit UBC IT’s eduroam page.

For general wireless information (and for how UBC affiliated patrons can set up AutoConnect for ubcsecure wireless), visit UBC IT’s wireless page.

Food for Fines is a joint AMS and UBC Library initiative to support members of the community in need. UBC Library users who wish to donate non-perishable food items may have $2 in fines paid for each food item donated, up to a maximum of $20. Food donations will be given to local food banks.

The Food for Fines program will take place in all UBC Library branches from Monday September 21st to Sunday October 4th ( inclusive). Acceptable food donations include any non-perishable canned or packaged food.  Perishable items or anything requiring refrigeration cannot be accepted.

Patrons who do not owe library fines, but who still wish to donate food, may do so – but we cannot credit their Library account.

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