Now that graduation is around the corner (hurray!), you may be wondering about your future access to library resources. Here's a summary of what you'll be able to use as an alum!
- Electronic Resources (Databases): this link provides a list of the databases you'll have access to after graduation.
- On-Campus Library Use: you can obtain an alumni library card at the Library Information Office (in Butler Library) in order to have future access to any Columbia Library.
- Borrowing Privileges: for a $30/month fee, you can also borrow materials from the CU Libraries.
- Ask-A-Librarian service: call, email, text, or chat with a CU librarian, no matter where you are.
- Click here for more library resources…
Moving away? Get to know your local public librarians! They will be invaluable sources for you, particularly when figuring out how to find data and information in a new city. You can find listings of local public libraries through LibWeb or IMLS. Don't forget, even if you live far away, you can reach CU Libraries through online chat, or contact us at the J-Library with the email and phone info below.
Need government information? Find your closest U.S. federal depository library.
Finally, remember that you can always contact your friendly Journalism Librarian, Starr!
- (212) 854-0390