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Student Services

Equipment to Borrow

SF Loaner Laptops

The Library serves as the home for the college's Laptop Loan Program, which provides a limited number of laptops to students to borrow for the entirety of the semester. This is a first-come, first-served program. View more information at Laptop Loan Program.

CD, DVD, and Record Players

External CD, DVD, and record players may be borrowed at the Circulation Desk for four weeks.

Technology and Equipment in the Building

Computers & Wifi

Computers are available on all three floors of the Library. Log in with your 8-digit SF ID number and your eSantaFe password. Wifi is also available throughout the building. Students are highly encouraged to use the SFCollege access point; log in with your 8-digit SF number and your eSantaFe password. For device-specific instructions, view the Wifi Assistance page.


Computers on all three floors connect to printers on the first and second floor. Send to the BW_FollowMe printer for black and white (10 cents a page) or Color_FollowMe printer for color (25 cents a page). Pick up all print jobs at the print release stations on the first and second floor.


Scan documents and images at the Library's two scanning stations on the second floor. Files can be emailed, sent to Google Drive, or saved to a flash drive. Scanning is free.


Headphones can be checked out from the Circulation Desk (1st floor) and Reference Desk (2nd floor). Headsets and Bose noise-cancelling headphones (2nd floor only) are also available.

Phone and Laptop Chargers

Phone and laptop chargers can be checked out to use within the Library from the Circulation Desk (1st floor) and Reference Desk (2nd floor).

Commitment to Equal Access and Equal Opportunity

Santa Fe College is committed to an environment that embraces diversity, respects the rights of all individuals, is open and accessible, and is free of harassment and discrimination. For more information, visit or contact

SACSCOC Accreditation Statement

Santa Fe College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). For more information, visit