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What documents are necessary to get a library card for a Chico resident to use the library to conduct research and reading?

Last Updated: Oct 15, 2015  |  97 Views
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If the resident qualifies as a Courtesy Borrower, this web page has information on what documentation is needed: http://www.csuchico.edu/library/circ/patid.html

If the resident is a Non-Affiliated User, please consult this page: http://www.csuchico.edu/library/circ/nonaff.html

Please note that anyone may use  library materials in the building without a library card. In contrast, our computers are mostly restricted to students and faculty of the University, though we do have three terminals on the 2nd floor that are available to the public without a campus password. These only access our databases and government web sites, but not the entire internet.  If you need that type of access, I recommend the public library.

For more information, please contact the Circulation & Reserve Department :
First Floor : (530) 898-6501 or (530) 898-6502 : mlibcirc1@csuchico.edu

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