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Students, Faculty, and Staff of Indiana University should use their campus ID card to borrow books from University Library. IUPUI patrons should visit the Campus Card Services in CE 0217 to obtain their JagTag.
Residents of the State of Indiana aged 18 years or older can get an IUPUI University Library Borrower's Card by completing an Indiana Resident Library Card Application and User Agreement (PDF) and providing a Photo ID and proof of current address. Acceptable forms of Photo ID:
Last updated by pamoffet on 10/18/2012
The Access Services Team Leader may suspend the borrowing privileges of any patron if and when they reach any of the limits listed above or in the table below. This block will prevent that patron from checking out materials from any library in the Indiana University Library system.
Last updated by andjsmit on 09/07/2007
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Last updated by pamoffet on 10/17/2012
**Effective July 30, 2012 - High school students visiting University Library with a school group are NOT eligible to obtain a borrower's card or check out materials. For information regarding guest computer passes for your group, please find the information below. For questions, please contact John Cooper.
The IUPUI University Library is open to all residents of the State of Indiana, with borrowing privileges granted to those aged 18 years or more.
Groups, such as high school classes coming in for a scheduled tour, should contact the John Cooper about setting up Guest Computer Accounts for their participants.
Last updated by jpcooper on 02/19/2013
Borrowing materials from the IUPUI University Library is considered a privilege rather than a right. Lending periods and borrowing privileges vary according to the status of the user, but the use of a valid borrower's card to check out materials implies acceptance by the borrower to abide by the assigned due dates and to return the materials in good order. Failure to meet either condition may result in fines and/or the loss of privileges.
Martin University faculty, staff and students wishing to obtain a borrower's card must complete an Indiana Resident Library Card Application and User Agreement (PDF) and provide their Martin University ID along with proof of current address.
The following table displays the general limits set by the University Library beginning 1/1/2001:
Last updated by jpcooper on 02/25/2010
Borrowing materials from the IUPUI University Library is considered a privilege rather than a right. Lending periods and borrowing privileges vary according to the status of the user, but the borrowing of library materials implies acceptance by the borrower to abide by the assigned due dates and to return the materials in good order. Failure to meet either condition may result in fines and/or the loss of privileges.
On a trial basis, Butler University faculty are eligible to borrow materials
Last updated by lcalvert on 07/31/2007
Last updated by andjsmit on 03/24/2008
Approved by University Counsel 12/22/03
Last updated by jpcooper on 08/11/2009
Last updated by rtknapp on 05/14/2013
The IUPUI University Library is committed to providing an environment that is conducive to study as well as welcoming to all users. All library staff and users of the library should respect the rights of others and refrain from making excessive noise while using the University Library.
Quiet AreaThe Third Level has been designated as the quiet floor (marked with signage). In this area normal conversational noise levels are permitted for reference and library service purposes only. Headphones may be used if noise from headphones is not audible to others.
Last updated by jpcooper on 06/16/2009