The Main Library houses 34 timed computer stations to help you with your research and Internet needs.  All computers users can print for $.20/page in black and white or in color for $.50/page.  Additional computers are also available at all of our other locations.

4 Jobs Computers=90 minutes; no extension
2 Genealogy Computers= 90 minutes; no extension
4 Reference Computers= 90 minutes; no extension
17 Public Access Computers = 60 minutes + 30  minutes extension--- in increments of 10 minutes  (if nobody is waiting)
2 Express Computers = 15 minutes; no extension
4 Children’s Computers= 30 minutes; no extension

All Internet users must be Wilson County Public Library patrons in good standing.  All users may be limited to one hour of Internet time.  Visitors who are not library customers may apply at the Reference Desk for guest privileges with limited Internet access for 30 minutes.

Age Restrictions

5 to 12

Parent, guardian, or another designated adult family member must personally conduct/supervise all Internet sessions
13 to 17 Parent or guardian must authorize Internet use but does not need to be present.
18 or older User is responsible for Internet use.

The Main Library also offers wireless printing for no additional fee.  Click here to find out more about our wireless printing service.


The Wilson County Public Library has no control over the information on the Internet and is not responsible for information that is inaccurate, incomplete or illegal.  The Library is not responsible for any material that is transmitted electronically by users of its public Internet terminals.  The monitoring of a minor's access to the Internet is the responsibility of that person's parent or legal guardian or an adult family member designated by the parent or legal guardian.Users may not visit obscene or illegal sites or display material from them.  Users must obey all state and federal legal restrictions. Persons who do not comply with these conditions or otherwise abuse the privilege of Internet access may be denied further access to these computers.