All current Snow College students, faculty and staff can use all Snow College Library services. You will automatically have a Snow College library account on the first day of your first semester or within a few weeks after you begin employment. Your Badger ID card is your library card. It must be valid for the current semester. To get a Badger ID card, visit the Registrar's Office on the 2nd floor of the Greenwood Student Center.
Note::Community cards allow patrons to borrow physical items (books, DVDs, magazines, etc.) in either library location. Due to license restrictions, community patrons cannot access the library databases on or off-campus or use our inter-library loan service.
What is Reciprocal Borrowing? Reciprocal borrowing is a statewide higher education library program in Utah.
Who can use Reciprocal Borrowing? Current Snow College students, faculty, & staff may borrow books from other higher education libraries in Utah by using your current Badger ID card. You can only use this reciprocal borrowing service if you are a current student or employee of a higher education institute in Utah.
How do I use Reciprocal Borrowing? Visit a Utah participating higher education institution library*. Present your current, valid higher education ID at the library main desk to borrow items from the library.
How many items can I borrow from a participating library? Reciprocal borrowing patrons may check out up to five items from the library collection.
Where can I find more information about Reciprocal Borrowing? Visit the Circulation Desk, call (435) 283-7363 or visit our Reciprocal Borrowing library tips page
Can I also use databases and electronic resources at participating libraries? No. Due to licensing requirements, Reciprocal Borrowing patrons cannot access electronic resources at other libraries while on or off campus.
*What Higher Education Institutions participate in the Utah Reciprocal Borrowing Program?: Utah State University, Weber State University, Utah Valley University, BYU, University of Utah, Salt Lake Community College, Westminster College, Snow College, Southern Utah University and Dixie State University.
Call the Ephraim Circulation Desk at 435-283-7361 or the Richfield Circulation Desk at 435-893-2236.
Course Reserves is a collection of textbooks and other course-related items (like cameras, tripods, etc.) that your instructor places in the library for you to use while enrolled in a course.
To find books to borrow from the library, begin using the Library Catalog or browse the collection. To locate a book you want to borrow, visit the main desk on the main floor of the library. A circulation assistant will help you locate the item.
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