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RRLC Access Cards

Fall 2020: Library Closed to Guests

For the Fall 2020 semester, the College is closed to all guests other than currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff. RRLC Access Card holders will be unable to access Lavery Library's collections. We suggest you reach out to your home library for assistance locating library resources during this time. 

Can I borrow from Lavery library?

Lavery library allows all patron types to borrow items: High School, Undergraduate, Graduates, Faculty/Staff and vetted members of the community.  Patron must be from a participating library.

A list of what items RRLC Access Card patrons can check out can be found here: Loan Periods for RRLC Access Card Patrons

Sign Up

Stop by the Checkout Desk in Lavery Library with your home library's Access Card and personal ID. 

Cards expires annually on 6/30/XX or by librarian's discretion.


What is an Access Card?

It is a program where Fisher students, staff and faculty can borrow from other libraries without using Inter Library Loan. For more information go to the General Info Tab at the top of the page.


How do I borrow materials?

Bring your photo ID along with your new RRLC Access Card to a participating library.  At some libraries you will need to make an appointment first.


How do I return materials?

Items can be returned to Lavery library or the library where the item was borrowed from.  Please contact the Checkout Desk for more information.


What if I lose an item?

You will be held responsible for any lost or damaged materials.  This may result in a Bursar hold placed on your account.


Do you have more questions?  See the full Policies and Procedures manual on the RRLC website.