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I am a faculty member about to retire and will be given Emeritus status - what kind of library access is available to me?

Last Updated: Apr 01, 2015  |  25 Views

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Faculty and Librarians who have applied for and received a Professor or Librarian Emerita/Emeritus Card may bring this card and one other piece of ID to the Library Circulation Desk and apply for Library privileges. Loan periods depend on individual items, but generally books may be borrowed for 2 weeks, with 3 renewals. Only 2 reserve items and 3 periodicals/maps may be borrowed at the same time. Interlibrary loans are free. Remote access to on-line resources is available.

For more information on library cards, check out our website here.

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