Answered By: Lisa Louis
Last Updated: Sep 01, 2020     Views: 139

NOTICE: Due control measures in place as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, visitors to campus are permitted only when their visit is crucial to the University’s mission. Visitors will no longer be allowed to use computers or printers in the library. Visitors will not be allowed access to the I-Create space at this time. Visitors may get access to Special Collections and Archives by appointment only.

Community users (visitors) do not need a card in order to use computers, they may be logged in as guests by library staff. Visit the Ask Us desk to request to be logged in.

Community Users may purchase a Community User's Card in order to check out books. A Community User's Card is valid for one year, and can be purchased for $20 dollars at the circulation desk of the library. To obtain a community user card, a valid Driver's License or State ID are required.

Community users may check out 3 items, for 3 weeks with no renewals. Community users do not receive computer lab, media, or Interlibrary Loan privileges. Reference materials are not available for loan, they are in-house use only and therefore a community user card is not needed.

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Emails and texts submitted outside of these hours will be responded to on the next business day. Hours may vary during Summer and intersessions. 

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