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Borrowing Permit Policy

Related: Special and Community Borrowers Permit Form

For the Strozier, Dirac, Engineering, Goldstein, Law, and Maguire Medical Libraries

POLICY

Borrowing Permits for the Strozier, Dirac Science, Engineering, Goldstein, College of Law,
and Maguire Medical Libraries are available to:

• Visiting scholars and researchers affiliated with an FSU department or program
• Florida government employees (state or county)
• Federal government employees

Special Borrowing Permits for the Allen Music Library can be obtained at the Music Library.

For all of the libraries above, excluding Law, alumni and members of the general public can obtain borrowing privileges. College of Law alumni can obtain borrowing privileges directly at the Law Library.

Researches who are affiliated with an FSU program or a government agency may apply for a free Borrowers Card. You will need to show official identification and have a letter from your sponsoring department or agency. These cards provide access to the libraries and the ability to borrow print materials.  They do not offer access to library databases outside of the libraries.

Visiting scholars on appointment with an FSU department are FSU employees. They are automatically assigned an FSU ID card with full library privileges.

Florida Community Colleges and Public University students may borrow materials with a valid, current ID card from his/her home college or university.

Borrowing Print Materials - Library Cards

Patrons who are not current students, faculty, or staff may purchase an annual Community Borrowers Card for $25.  These cards provide access to the libraries and the ability to borrow print materials.  They do not offer access to library databases outside of the libraries.

Researches who are affiliated with an FSU program or a government agency may apply for a free Special Borrowers Card. You will need to show official identification and have a letter from your sponsoring department or agency. These cards provide access to the libraries and the ability to borrow print materials.  They do not offer access to library databases outside of the libraries.

 

 

Internet access is restricted to only currently enrolled FSU students and employees. If you require internet access for research purposes, as well as borrowing privileges complete the Borrowers Permit Application 

Contacts

Todd Peak tpeak@fsu.edu    (850) 491-4397 

Online (Form) Special Borrowers Application

 

 

Latest Revision: 
November, 2018

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