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I. Borrowers

The following categories of persons are entitled to full Library privileges including access to all Library resources, services, and facilities:

a) Members of the academic, research, administrative and non-academic staffs of the University;

b) All registered graduate and undergraduate students and special students.

Limited borrowing privileges will be extended to the following:

a) Retired faculty and staff, on presentation of a Carleton University Retiree card.

b) Alumni of Carleton University, on presentation of a Carleton University Alumni card and an additional photo identification card.

c) Students, faculty and staff members in good standing from institutions participating in the Canadian University Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement on presentation of a valid university identification card with proof of current registration.

d) Students, faculty and staff of other universities on presentation of a current university identification card and an additional photo identification card at the discretion of the University Librarian.

e) Students from Ottawa-area colleges including, Cité Collégiale and Heritage College with a letter of introduction from their home library and a current student card with photo identification. Faculty members may show a valid institutional identification card; Algonquin College students and faculty may borrow through the SmartLibrary Borrowing Project.

f) Residents of the City of Ottawa and environs on payment of the appropriate fee and presentation of a photo identification card.

g) Members of all libraries participating in the SmartLibrary Borrowing Project, including Ottawa Public Library and Algonquin College.

h) Grade 12 students from high schools, with a letter of introduction from their school library and a current student card with photo identification.

i) Staff from Statistics Canada as well as staff of the National Wildlife Research Centre, of Canadian Wildlife Services, Environment Canada, with a letter of introduction from their library and additional photo identification.

j) Faculty members from institutions belonging to the OCLC Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program on presentation of a card of introduction issued by their home library and a current university identification card.

k) Employees of the Library’s local business partners, with a letter of introduction and an additional photo identification card.

l) All others by special permission and at the discretion of the University Librarian.

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