Borrowing Privileges at Other Connecticut Libraries
Borrowing Through the Connecticut Council of Academic Library Directors (CCALD)
The Marvin K. Peterson Library has signed the CCALD/CLC Reciprocal Library Borrowing Agreement, which allows full-time or permanent part-time faculty or staff at one of the participating CCALD college and universities to borrow materials from any of the other participating institutions' libraries.
Below are links to the three documents detailing the particulars of the program:
1 - The Procedures
2 - The Agreement that you need to complete and bring to the Marvin K. Peterson Library to be issued a card
3 - A List of the Connecticut Academic Libraries that participate in the program. (Adjust your page setup to print in "landscape" view.)
The Council of Connecticut Academic Library Directors (CCALD) is a statewide consortium of academic library directors, working together to improve services and access to resources through cooperation.
Connecticut academic libraries enrolled in CCALD/CLC Reciprocal Borrowing Program have agreed to extend full borrowing privileges to faculty and staff of other participating institutions. Participants agree to all the terms in the Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement.
Borrowing Books from Albertus Magnus College
University of New Haven faculty may borrow material from the Albertus Magnus College Library with their current, valid University of New Haven ID.