Answered By: Britt Fagerheim Last Updated: Jun 06, 2017 Views: 734
Thanks for your interest in USU Library resources!
Alumni have access to almost all electronic resources while on campus, including:
• article databases
You can access these from any of the public computers in the library.
You can also check out any circulating print books or other materials. There is no cost for alumni to check out print materials. Alumni cards are available at the Alumni office (David B. Haight Alumni Center).
For off-campus access, licensing requires us to restrict off-campus access to current students, staff, and faculty members. Unfortunately, we don’t have any flexibility to offer off-campus access to alumni or spouses of employees for electronic resources.
Utah residents have full access to all the Utah Pioneer electronic resources through your local public library. The Pioneer collection includes 50+ article databases, including many of the same EBSCOhost databases available at the USU Library. These databases cover medical, legal, history, business, history, and literature topics among many other areas, including online newspapers and K-12 resources.