Check Out a Hotspot

You can use a mobile hotspot to:

  • Surf the internet
  • Get homework help
  • Attend online classes
  • Use the library's digital resources
  • And more!

Wifi hotspots are limited to adult cardholders (one hotspot per household at a time) and are free to borrow for 14 days.

The devices are easy to use and include instructions. If you need assistance, however, we will be happy to provide it in person or over the phone. Call the Brunswick County Library at (434) 848-2418 x301 and the Richardson Memorial Library at (434) 634-2539.

To checkout a hotspot, you must have a library card in good standing (no fines over $2). You must also fill out an acknowledgment form since these devices are expensive to replace and we want to make sure you understand our policies.

Hotspots may be returned to either Meherrin Regional Library branch during open hours. DO NOT PLACE IN BOOKDROP.

You cannot renew your device, but it can be checked out again if it is not on hold. However, you must return the hotspot in person (NOT via the bookdrop) and fill out a new acknowledgment form.

The borrower is responsible for items while on loan. A borrower who loses or damages library items shall be required to pay the cost of replacing that item ($125) in addition to a $4.00 processing fee.