The Triton College Library is open to our campus community for the semester. We are committed to supporting Triton students and faculty in a largely remote learning environment. Please review the content below for updated information on the library's space, resources, and services this semester. We can't wait to see you (from 6 ft. away).
How do I use the library space safely?
How do I contact librarians for research help?
How do I access databases and eresources remotely?
Off-campus access to eresources is always available! Login to the library's databases at home using your MyTriton Portal username (without @triton.edu) and password.
Your username is your first name + last name (or whatever has been assigned to you) MyTriton Portal page. . For example, Jane Smith would be janesmith. Further instructions are available on the
How do I print?
Current students need their Triton ID to print and will log in to the printing system using their MyTriton Portal username and password. New student ID cards may be obtained at the Triton College Welcome Center located in the B Building.
Other library patrons can print and copy using a guest card, available for purchase at the Cashier's Office located in the B Building.
How do I borrow a laptop or other loanable technology?
The Library offers laptops, mobile hotspots, and web cams, along with a variety of other loanable technology, for semester-long loan. The Library also offers laptop and mobile phone chargers for in-house use.
Loanable technology will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
Enrolled students interested in borrowing loanable technology should bring their Triton student ID or a state-issued ID to the library's Information Desk.
How do I reserve a study room?
Study rooms are available to reserve for individual study only. Please contact the Information Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 3215 to reserve a room.
How do I check out a book?
Books from the main collection may be checked out at the Information Desk by Triton employees, students, and community members. Triton faculty and students need to show their ID cards to check out a book. Community members may check out up to three books using a valid, in-district public library card.
As a faculty member, how do I request library instruction for my class this semester?
How do I obtain my free digital subscription to the New York Times?
How do I create a PrepSTEP account?
How do I register for Mango Languages?