Library

Affiliated

Services to affiliated educational institutions

Upon prior arrangement, the Library offers the following services to academic degree or professional certification track borrowers of affiliated schools, universities, educational institutions and other special educational programs. Library cards are issued for semester to semester. Currently the Library has reciprocal borrowing agreements for students, faculty and staff of Monterey Peninsula College and other CSU campuses.

  • May consult and photocopy from Library books, periodicals, microforms, and reference materials
  • Public access computers are available in the Reference Area for access to the Library's electronic collections.
  • May borrow up to 25 (twenty-five) books at a time for a three (3) week loan period
  • May renew most items twice online by accessing your library account, by telephone to 831-582-3733, in person, or by emailing library_circulation@csumb.edu
  • May request searches on books not found on the shelves
  • Other services with prior arrangement

Provision of library services to affiliated schools, universities, educational institutions and special educational programs are available after in-person registration at the Circulation Desk which includes verification of current status, i.e. proof of enrollment paid for current semester or quarter.

The Library does NOT provide the following services to borrowers of affiliated schools, universities, educational institutions and special educational programs:

The Library cannot, by contract, provide remote access to licensed library databases or ebooks to students, faculty or staff of other institutions.

Responsibilities and privileges

The card provided to borrowers of affiliated schools, universities, educational institutions and special educational programs will serve as the library borrowing card. By presenting their library card and a photo id, when using Library services, the borrower agrees to comply with all CSUMB Library regulations. This card is non-transferable. Abuse of library privileges may result in loss of borrowing privileges. Repeated non-compliance with library regulations may result in cancellation of library privileges. Any person who steals or mutilates library material is subject to prosecution under the provisions of Federal, State, and Municipal laws, and the California Education Code.

Return of material

Items borrowed are due back to the Library by closing time on the due date. Items are to be returned to the Library Circulation Desk or other book return bins. The Library is not responsible for items improperly returned. All items returned after the given due date or recall date, are subject to the fees established by the CSUMB Library. See the Library's Overdue, Recall and Replacement Fees Policy.