This page has information on how to log on to the Library computers and McGill's wireless network.
McGill students, faculty and staff
- McGill Username and McGill Password are used to log in to Library computers.
- This gives access to software, hardware, and electronic resources
- Save files on your personal drive (P: drive for students or R: drive for staff)
The Library is part of the McGill Wireless Zone, allowing McGill students and staff who own laptops and other devices to connect to the Internet.
Visiting students, faculty and scholars
Students and faculty from other educational institutions may be able to use eduroam (EDUcation ROAMing) to access the McGill wireless network.
Eduroam is an authentication service allowing users from participating educational institutions to securely access the wireless network of any eduroam-enabled institution by using the same credentials they would use at their home institution.
You can use eduroam from any wifi-enabled device while visiting McGill, by logging in to the eduroam network with valid credentials. For more information on eduroam and on getting access to it, see: eduroam.
Guest network accounts
All visitors to the Library
Anyone visiting the Library can log in to any of the Library's computer workstations as a guest using the following:
Username: guest.library [at] mcgill.ca
Logging in to a library computer as a guest will provide access to most of the Library's e-resources. Some licensed resources are also restricted to members of the McGill community.
Guest accounts do not provide access to unlimited web browsing, software applications, and hardware other than what is required to view, print, and download documents.
For more information about printing when logged in as a guest, see Scan, print and copy in the Library.