Answered By: Mary Ann Cullen
Last Updated: Jun 16, 2021     Views: 281

You're welcome to visit the Georgia State University campus libraries to study, read, use the computers, ask librarians questions, etc., but you only have borrowing privileges when you are a currently enrolled student.  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 such as retirees or alumni. Be aware that your computer access may also be limited to give priority to currently enrolled students and if you wish to print, you may be required to purchase a visitor card. These cards cost $1 (cash only) and you will have to add funds to this card in dollar increments. 

 A face covering or mask is strongly encouraged for those who are not fully vaccinated but optional for those who have been vaccinated. 

You will need to follow the visitor policy for each campus, and be prepared to show either your Panther card or photo ID.

For more help, ask a librarian.

updated 6/16/21 MM

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