Answered By: Dawn Tripp - UCF Last Updated: Dec 12, 2014 Views: 450
Yes, you can come into the library to study. Here are some things you may need to know:
From the UCF Libraries Circulation Services Policy on Student and Faculty/Staff: Borrowing Privileges
“Only currently enrolled UCF students qualify for student library borrowing privileges. Students are considered currently enrolled if they are listed in the Registrar's database as enrolled in at least one class for the semester currently underway. UCF students who are not currently enrolled cannot renew any books checked out to them and must return the books to the Library by the due date or overdue fines and possibly lost book bills will apply.”
“Remote access to the UCF Library Databases is also restricted to current UCF students and faculty/staff. Each week the Library patron database is updated and compared with the Registrar and Human Resources databases. Any Library patron who is not listed as a current student or current employee will have their Library ID number deactivated. Account deactivations can also occur due to outstanding Library fines or other holds on your account.
Access to all library databases is available via terminals located throughout the Library.”
If you are not a currently enrolled UCF students, you will need to get the daily guest password from one of the service desks to use the public computer terminals (guest passwords change daily)
Members of the community are welcome to use the UCF Libraries collection in the building.
See also the information about summer access for students enrolled in spring classes and registered for fall classes, but not taking summer classes.