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Can the general public use Copley Library?

Last Updated: Apr 05, 2016  |  72 Views

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Yes, Copley Library is open to the public and visitors may access certain library materials and services within the library building.

Resources and services freely available to the public include use of our wireless internet, public workstation computers, scanning to email or flash drive, research using the library's online databases (either via the library's computers or your own devices connected to our wi-fi), and research assistance at the reference desk. USD students, faculty, and staff, however, have first priority in terms of access to onsite services and resources. 

Copley Library does not offer patron cards, book checkout, or remote access to databases to the general public.

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