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I'm a student at another university in Canada. Can I use the Ryerson Library?

Last Updated: Apr 01, 2015  |  428 Views

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The Library is publicly accessible - visitors can browse the print collection and tour the Library at their leisure. As a student enrolled at an Ontario university, you may be eligible for direct borrowing privileges at Ryerson, and other participating libraries in the province. Students, Faculty and Staff from all Canadian universities (with the exception of University of Toronto undergraduate students) may apply for a Direct Borrower Card from the Ryerson Circulation Desk

Check the Canadian University Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement to be sure that you are eligible and have the appropriate identification from your home university. This card will allow you to borrow 10 items at one time with a loan period for most items of 2 weeks. Reserve items may not be borrowed. This does not include access to most of the library’s electronic resources.

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