Community Services - UNB Libraries
Community members are welcome to use our library collections and facilities, recognizing that the top priority of UNB Libraries is the teaching, learning, and research needs of the university community.
Borrowing privileges at the Harriet Irving Library, the Science & Forestry Library, the Engineering & Computer Science Library, and the Hans W. Klohn Commons (Saint John) are available to members of the community. Borrowing privileges are granted for individual use and are non-transferable. Access to online resources including databases, books, journals, newspapers and films is available only when visiting a UNB Library.
Please see below for more information about how to obtain a borrower’s card at either Fredericton or Saint John.
- For details please refer to the Community / Alumni Borrower Application Form. The form must be presented in person at one of the libraries.
- For more details, or to report a lost or stolen Borrower Card, please contact:
Lynn Banks firstname.lastname@example.org, 452-6015
- Saint John
- To obtain a Borrower Card, or to report a lost or stolen card, please contact:
Paul Mortimer email@example.com, 648-5710
Hans W. Klohn Commons
Resources & Services
- Basic reference assistance, access to online resources, and collections are available in each library
- A borrower can have up to 10 items checked out
- Most books can be borrowed for 2 weeks (Fredericton) or 3 weeks (Saint John) and renewed up to five times if not requested by another borrower. Some material is restricted to in-library use only.
- Access to licensed resources is for academic purposes only. Remote, or off-campus, access to most online resources is restricted by license agreements to current UNB/STU students, faculty, and staff only.
- Fines are charged on overdue loans. Privileges will be revoked if materials are lost, damaged, or consistently overdue.
- Limited access to Document Delivery Services is available
- Visiting students, staff, and faculty from participating institutions may borrow from UNB libraries through reciprocal borrowing agreements between institutions
May 1, 2014