Answered By: Doug Bolden Last Updated: Jun 24, 2018 Views: 655
Yes*. There are different elements of the library open to the community. You can browse our books, look through our print journals, visit our special collections (from 9-5pm, Monday through Friday) and access our government documents terminal on the first floor behind the Info Arcade. There are various events throughout the year, and many are available to the public. You may also use the physical space to do research or work. For some options about what is available to you, see the Library Homepage.
If you pay $50, you can purchase a guest pass that allows you to access the PCs in the Info Arcade (which has some software such as Microsoft Office and access to our online resources**). If you pay $75, you may also check out books. For more information about that, see our User Services page.
* Note, it is assuming that the question was about guest users. Faculty, staff, and emeritus/retired faculty have access as well as Alumni. A few other groups such as the Osher Lifelong Learner Institute also have access.
** This access is only for on-campus use, and does not include home/remote access.
- The link to "user services" on this page is broken. It results in a 404 "not found" error.
- Thank you, it has been fixed (and the other information has been updated and better explained).