Please stop by at one of our main service points:
Information Commons, Research Help or Circulation Desks to pick up your
LITS welcome gift, get information about the resources available to
you, and meet the LITS folks looking forward to working with you.
LITS (Library, Information and Technology Services) is here to help!
Please stop by at one of our main service points: Information Commons, Research Help or Circulation Desks to pick up your LITS welcome gift, get information about the resources available to you, and meet the LITS folks looking forward to working with you.
Registering your computer
If you brought a computer to campus, you will need to register it on our network. You can register your computer in your room by opening a web browser to an off-campus
site. Before doing that, please download and install all the updates and patches for your computer. Otherwise, registration will fail. After updating your computer follow the instructions online including, when prompted, uninstalling any virus protection software you may already have on your computer.
Should you encounter any problems registering your computer, please bring your computer to our Information Commons on the 4th floor of Miles Smith (Williston Library).
LITS Building Hours
The LITS Building schedule during Orientation (August 26 - September 4) and our regular schedule, starting September 5, are posted on the web.
Keep an eye out for future postings in the LITS Blog.....also check out LITS presence in Facebook.
Take a deep breath, settle in, make new relationships, renew old, study
hard, play hard. Most of all enjoy your Mount Holyoke experience!
Jorge, LITS mascot and favorite MHC goose, has returned via Air Pegasus. Jorge was visiting another world heritage site, the Acropolis, at the same time Pegasus was wrapping up a summer visit to the home country so they decided to make the trip back to MHC together.
is just in time to help LITS welcome new and returning students. LITS
has lots of events planned for Pre-Orientation and Orientation 2010, and
we invite new students to read the Letter to New Students