Borrow a WiFi Hotspot from Chicago Public Library

To increase internet access throughout Chicago, we're offering Internet to Go, a pilot project to lend WiFi hotspots at these CPL locations:

A WiFi hotspot is a device you can use to connect a mobile-enabled device, such as a laptop, smartphone or tablet, to the tnternet. The hotspot is portable, so you can connect your device almost wherever you are, like at home, on the bus or in the park.

You can borrow a Chromebook Kit, which includes a WiFi hotspot and a Chromebook, at Austin, Brighton Park, Douglass or Greater Grand Crossing, Vodak-East Side and Woodson Regional Library.

If you’re a CPL cardholder and an adult resident of Chicago, you can check out a WiFi hotspot or kit for three weeks.