Answered By: Jennifer Bazeley Last Updated: Apr 12, 2017 Views: 1
Non-Miami students and community members can use the Miami University Libraries on a walk-in basis during University business hours (M-F, 8 am - 5 pm). Walk-in users can access public computers by getting a guest pass from the Circulation or Information desk inside each of the Libraries.
If you would like to use the Libraries as a community member, you can sign up for an Affiliated Patron of the Libraries card by completing an application during business hours (Monday - Friday) in the Dean's Office (225 King Library) and by contributing a $25 tax deductible donation (cash or check) annually. This card does NOT provide off-site access to library databases.
As a Community Borrower, online databases and other electronic resources are available to you on site (from within a library on campus). E-resources are not available to Community Borrowers via remote access (from outside the library) due to license restrictions.