Answered By: Lesley Thompson Last Updated: 09 Sep 2016 Views: 64
Your Library card is the student ID card issued to you at enrolment. This card identifies you as a student of the University and you need to bring it with you every time you visit the Library.
Members of staff have a library account created automatically and your library card is your staff ID card. If you require an in-depth introduction to the Library and the research services that we offer please contact the Academic Subject Librarian for your subject area.
If you are a graduate of the University of Lincoln you are entitled to join the Library on production of a graduation certificate and current proof of address. Alumni members are able to borrow 5 books but other library services are not available.
Associate membership of the Library lasts for one year and costs £20. Associate members are entitled to borrow 5 books but other library services are not available. To apply fill in and return the application form to the Library.
Members of the public may use the Library for reference purposes with proof of identification and address. Visitors are only admitted between the hours of 08.30 and 17.00.