While license agreements and copyright laws prevent us from providing off-campus access to the library’s online resources for high school and other community users who are not currently enrolled in coursework at the University of Arizona - you can access digital and physical content by visiting our librariesin person.
To access digital content, bring your laptop and use UAGuest WiFi
If you don’t have a laptop, use our public computers on the 1st floor of the Main Library. (You’ll need a computer card, which is free).
Books, newspapers, and more are accessible to browse and read within the building. (To borrow books, apply for a library card.)
Borrowing privileges for non-UA affiliates
To apply for a library card, download the application and bring it to any of our library locations. The initial loan period is 21 days for all borrowers. Sorry, only UA affiliates can borrow technology.
Community user – level 1 (borrowing privileges only)
$125 per year
Community user – level 2 (borrowing privileges and computer access)
You'll need to get a computer card on the 1st floor of the Main Library at the Ask Us desk. You must present a photo ID and be 15 years of age or older. Notify a staff member if your computer card is lost or stolen.
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home to the O’odham and the Yaqui. Committed to diversity and inclusion, the University strives to build sustainable relationships with sovereign Native Nations and Indigenous
communities through education offerings, partnerships, and community service
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