As a current student or member of university staff, you are probably pretty attached to your university card. Possibly physically attached by a lanyard. So it is really annoying to make your way to the Library only to find you have left it behind in your office, home or other coat. Not to worry! While external visitors can only sign in during staffed library hours, you can log into the cardless visit kiosk and obtain a printed temporary pass with a printed barcode that will let you scan in and out through the library turnstiles for the next 24 hours.
Tag: University Cards
Your University Card is as unique as you are. It identifies you wherever you go on campus. It lets you, and only you, into university buildings and allows you to access a whole range of other services, such as borrowing books from the Library and laptops on campus. If you forget your card and would like to come into the Library, we have alternative ways to allow you access to the building. Just talk to one of our friendly staff at the Reception Desk.
The University card (sometimes called your student card) you receive at registration is also your Library card. It gives you full rights to wander into and around the Library and borrow up to 30 books and all the ebooks your want. You can also use it to book group study rooms and use loanable laptops in the Library.