RRLC Access Passes are:
A means to extend direct access to participating libraries' physical collections, as needed. If a specific resource is only available at a participating library and is required sooner than the turnaround time interlibrary loan can provide, an RRLC Access Pass may be used to borrow directly from a participating library.
Issued by Lavery Library staff to current St. John Fisher College undergraduates, graduates, and faculty/staff.
All Fisher students, staff and faculty are eligible for an RRLC Access Pass*.
Visit the Lavery Library Checkout Desk with your Fisher ID to sign up for an RRLC Access Pass.
Prior to signing up for an RRLC Access Pass, students should meet with a librarian to confirm their research needs merit obtaining an RRLC Access pass. RRLC Access Passes are designed to supplement Lavery Library resources in these cases:
*Faculty and staff are not required to meet with a librarian prior to signing up for an RRLC Access Pass.
It is an electronic pass sent via email after you register at the Checkout Desk at Lavery Library. It enables current St. John Fisher College students, staff and faculty to borrow from other libraries without using Interlibrary Loan.
Bring your photo ID and your new RRLC Access Pass to a participating library. At some libraries you will need to make an appointment first. See the list of participating libraries at the link below.
Items may be returned to Lavery library or the library from where the item was borrowed. Please contact the Checkout Desk for more information.
Passes are valid for one year after date of issue.
You will be held responsible for any lost or damaged materials. This may result in a hold placed on your student account.
See the link below for information about each participating library, including which types of patrons may borrow and if an appointment is necessary.
St. John Fisher College faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to talk with a Checkout Desk staff about an RRLC Access Pass. If you are a student, please meet with a librarian to discuss resources for your research needs prior to obtaining an RRLC Access Pass.