I'm not a UD student, can I use the UD library?

Hi, is UD library accessible to non UD students who wish to study there? Thanks!


Answer

You are welcome to come to the Library. The UD Library is open to the public.

You can use Library computers, electronic resources, and print resources with no charge.

You do not need a password to use the computers. You will not be able to use electronic resources outside the Library building.

You will not be able to check out books unless you choose to become a Public Borrower. The cost is $25 per year for Delaware residents; $60 per year for non-residents. Additionally, the Public Borrower card entitles you to view videos at the viewing carrels in the Library. See the links below for more information.

Note: In order to increase safety, the University has added security turnstiles at the entrance to the Library. You will need to check in with the security guard at the Welcome Desk and present photo ID. This applies to everyone 16 years or older. Visitors under 16 years of age need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian in order to sign in at the Welcome Desk and enter the Morris Library. 

Answered By: Sabine Lanteri
Last Updated: Nov 19, 2019     Views: 430