Answered By: Lisa Louis Last Updated: Aug 03, 2020 Views: 94
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.
As a graduate of TAMU-CC, you will have access to the digital resources of the library (databases, ebooks, streaming video) for 365 days after your last class date. You will not have access to physical materials such as books and DVDs.
After those initial 365 days, you have the same access to library services as community members. So you would be able to visit the library's website and search our online library catalog from off-campus, but you would not have access to the library's databases or electronic materials. You are welcome to visit the library in-person and use the databases from a library computer, however.
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