Answered By: Mary Ann Cullen Last Updated: Aug 24, 2017 Views: 115
Yes and no. You're welcome to come to GSU campus libraries to study, read, use the computers, ask librarians questions, etc. However, you will need to follow the visitor policy to come into the library. For the Atlanta campus, see the Atlanta campus access policy. Libraries on Perimeter campuses are open to visitors during regular library hours, but you may be asked for a photo ID to enter the library. Your computer access may also be limited to give priority to currently enrolled students.
You only have borrowing privileges when you are currently enrolled in classes; in other words, you can't check out books, videos or other library materials during semesters you're not taking classes unless you are a member of a special borrowers group.
Also, any funds on your student ID will not be activated for printing and copying, but if you have added money to your card, you can call 678-891-3330 to have your funds activated for that day, or you can purchase a visitor card for $1 cash and add money to the visitor card.
See the Perimeter College PantherCard website for more information about your funds.
updated 4/10/17 mac