Computer Use Only Card

Library Card Types

Please choose a card type from the left to learn more about it.  If you aren't sure which card type you are eligible for, or have any questions about becoming a patron of our library, please contact the Circulation Desk at any library location.


COMPUTER USE ONLY CARD

This card is for people who wish to use Library computers and either:

  • do not want borrowing privileges, or
  • are not eligible for a library card

To obtain a Computer Use Only adult card, a patron must show valid photo identification with his/her name and a current address on it. Acceptable photo ID's include:

  • Driver’s License
  • State ID
  • Student ID
  • Military ID
  • Passport
  • English Language ID issued by a foreign government

If the valid photo identification does not have the correct address, an additional form of identification listing the person's name and current address must be shown. Acceptable forms include:

  • a recently dated piece of mail or utility bill
  • a current pay check, check book or bank statement, or
  • any current legal form which has the correct information on it.

Child patrons are age 12 and under and Teen patrons are ages 13 - 17.

Anyone under the age of 18 must have his/her parent, stepparent, or legal guardian complete a Child or Teen registration form and sign it in order to receive a library card. The adult signing must show valid library card or valid photo identification to verify residence.

A patron, or in the case of a minor the individual signing a registration, is responsible for all uses of a Computer Use Only card.

Internet access is considered a privilege at the Library. Patrons using computers must abide by the current Computer and Internet Acceptable Use Policy. While KHCPL attempts to prevent direct access to materials that would not be generally acceptable in a public library, it is technically impossible to prevent access to all objectionable resources. It is the responsibility of the parent, stepparent or legal guardian to monitor and guide their own children in the use of the library computers and the Internet.