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Academic Libraries

Access to an academic library provides an important resource for your study at Northcentral University. Academic collections support higher-level education. Most university libraries allow any users to browse the collection, make photocopies and access online databases in house for free. Some public-funded and private universities will issue a library card to a non-affiliated individual or a local business with a fee. The library card for a non-affiliated community member also has more limited privileges that usually include book loan and article photocopies only, no interlibrary loan or remote access to databases.

Some academic libraries may even allow checkout privileges with proof that you are a student. NCU provides students with an ID card upon request. You may request an ID card via your Academic Advisor, or by sending a request to idcard@ncu.edu.

Browse a directory of academic libraries by state: 

http://www.lib-web.org/united-states/academic-libraries/

Use WorldCat's Library Search to find a library near you:

http://www.worldcat.org/libraries

Browse or search for libraries worldwide:

http://www.lib-web.org/