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Reciprocal Services Policy

Reciprocal Borrowing at Florida Public Colleges and Universities

A valid FSU Card or ID from a home institution may be used for reciprocal borrowing privileges at the libraries included in the Florida College System and Florida SUS (State University Systems)

OCLC Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program

This program allows faculty members from participating institutions to gain borrowing privileges and on-site access to the collections of some of the most important research libraries in North America.  View the Membership Roster for participating institutions.  See your subject librarian for information. 

Reciprocal Wireless Access

eduroam is free WiFi available for campus visitors from other participating institutions. Set up instructions for electronic devices (i.e. iPAD, Android, and Mac OS X) can be found on by clicking here. Likewise traveling FSU faculty, staff, and students with an active FSUID can stay connected all over the world, visit to determine location availability.


Latest Revision: 
May, 2017

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