Alumni Access and Services

Alumni Access and Services

We are excited to offer several services to our alumni! For more information visit the alumni page on the B.L. Fisher Library home page or click here. Please contact the Library Help Desk for the password to the alumni page.

Some things you can do with alumni access:
  • Check out books in our library collection for four weeks at a time (plus two four-week renewals).
  • Use Library Loan services for materials in our library.
  • Go to ATLASerials for alumni database.
  • Access our JSTOR subscription.

In order to access these resources, please contact 

(859) 858-2100
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