Attorneys who are New York State residents and are admitted to practice in New York State are eligible to receive a NYS Library Attorney Borrower's Card. These borrower's cards begin with a "P" number.
A NYSL Attorney Borrower's Card can also be issued to a law firm. The NYSL Attorney Borrower's Card for a law firm card must be signed by one of the principals of the firm and someone in the office must be designated as the office contact. (The office contact could be a librarian, paralegal, office manager, etc.)
Municipal historians who are appointed by NYS city, town, village or county governments are eligible to receive a NYS Library Historian Borrower's Card. These borrower's cards begin with a "P" number.
New York State Government (State Agency, Legislative and Judicial) employees are eligible to receive a NYS Library State Government Employee Borrower's Card. These borrower's cards begin with a "P" number.
Physicians must complete a NYSL Physician Borrower's Card application (45 KB) and present personal photo-identification that includes their home address (such as a current NYS driver license or current photo-identification card issued by the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles) AND verify their status as a physician by presenting one of the following:
Retired NYS government employees must complete a NYSL Retired Government Employee Borrower's Card application (43 KB) and provide personal photo-identification (such as a NYS driver license or current photo-identification card issued by the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles). In addition, applicants must verify their status as a retired New York State Government employee by providing a letter from the NYS Agency that they retired from attesting to their valid retirement from a unit of NYS government.
Welcome to UW Libraries! Apply for or renew your UW library borrower's card to check out items from all 16 University of Washington Libraries. Cards do not allow for remote access to online journals and databases. Some campus Libraries buildings are open only to current UW students, faculty, and staff. Please check the Libraries & Hours page for specific libraries' access policies. See further terms and conditions below.
UW library borrower's cards are issued to specific individuals and may not be used by, on behalf of, or transferred to another individual, including spouses or children (Corporate and organizational cards are exceptions if specified).
Access to Resources: UW Library borrower's cards allow for up to 30 items checked out from the Libraries' collections concurrently. Cards do not include access to UW-restricted resources and services such as interlibrary loan and remote access to online journals or databases. Cards do not allow for access to all Libraries buildings. Some Libraries buildings are open only to current UW students, faculty, and staff. Check the Libraries & Hours page for specific libraries' access policies.
Card Management: If the borrower has an outstanding balance with the UW Libraries, the balance must be paid in full or on appeal before the card is created or renewed. Card holders are responsible for contacting Library Account Services to update their contact information if it changes.
Ages 15-17: Cards can be purchased by a parent or guardian for an individual aged 15-17. By giving their consent, parents or guardians agree to accept responsibility for all materials borrowed on the card, and any fines, fees or replacement costs accrued. They also acknowledge that the minor will have access to the internet and other material that may be deemed inappropriate for underage borrowers.
Agreement: By receiving a library borrower's card, the borrower agrees to abide by all library policies and accept responsibility for use of the card and for any service charges or fees accrued.
Within 2 business days of submitting the application, an email will be sent from Library Account Services informing you of the status of your card or if further information/proof of selected eligibility is needed.
Faculty, students, and staff affiliated with a Triangle Research Library Network school (Duke, NC Central, and NC State) or a UNC system school may use their University ID card as a Library card at UNC-Chapel Hill. First time borrowers should bring their University ID to Davis Library to register for borrowing privileges on our campus.
In most cases, a valid Indiana Driver's license or Indiana State Identification card are required when requesting a borrower's card. There is no charge for this service. Borrower's Cards may be obtained at the Wells Library East Tower Circulation Desk during regular operating hours; if you wish to visit another campus library to obtain a Borrower's Card, we advise you call ahead.