Reciprocal Borrowing with EMU and WCC

Washtenaw Community College Bailey Library Logo

Eastern Michigan Library Logo U-M Library Logo

 

 

 

U-M and EMU students, faculty and staff as well as U-M and WCC students, faculty and staff are eligible for guest borrowing privileges at the other institution. To qualify, you must be a currently-enrolled student or current faculty or staff member in good standing at your own library.

 


Library Contact Info and Location

Eastern Michigan University

734-487-2140 | emich.edu/library
Halle Library (EMU Campus)

Washtenaw Community College

734-973-3429 | wccnet.edu/resources/library
Bailey Library (WCC Campus, Gunder Myran Building)

University of Michigan Library

734-764-0401 | lib.umich.edu
Art, Architecture & Engineering Library (North Campus)
Buhr Remote Shelving Facility (Greene St.)
Fine Arts Library (Central Campus)
Hatcher Graduate Library (Central Campus)
     Area Programs
     Asia Library
     Clark Library 
     Papyrology
     Special Collections Library
Museums Library (Central Campus)
Music Library (North Campus)
Shapiro Library (Central Campus)
     Askwith Media Library
     Shapiro Science Library
     Shapiro Undergraduate Library
Taubman Health Sciences Library (Medical Campus)

Thompson Library (U-M Flint Campus)
810-762-3400 | umflint.edu/library

While visiting any of these libraries, you are encouraged to access electronic resources, make use of special collections and archives, and enjoy the study spaces.


Travel Between Campuses

Several AATA bus routes are available between campuses. See theride.org for detailed bus route information.

Bus routes between U-M Ann Arbor and EMU
Route 3: Huron River
Route 4: Washtenaw
Route 5: Packard

Bus routes between U-M Ann Arbor and WCC
Route 3: Huron River
Route 7: South Main - East


Registration & Responsibilities

Registration

Faculty (including lecturers) continue to have reciprocal borrowing privileges under established guidelines; simply show your faculty ID to circulation desk staff when you are ready to check out.

Students and staff must first register at the circulation desk of their home institution; present your university ID at the U-M Hatcher Graduate Library, the U-M Flint Thompson Library, the EMU Halle Library, or the WCC Bailey Library as appropriate. You can fill out the appropriate form at the circulation desk or bring it with you:

Then, bring a picture ID with you to pick up your guest borrower's card at the other institution's circulation desk.

Borrowing privileges and library cards for students and staff are valid for the current term, and can be renewed by visiting the circulation desk of your home institution.

Registration for guest borrowing privileges at the U-M Library is handled at: 
Hatcher Graduate Library
Circulation Services, 104 Hatcher North
913 S. University Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Responsibilities

Most items circulate for two or three weeks and may be renewed unless requested by another borrower.

Items must be returned to the institution from which they were borrowed.

Failure to follow guest borrowing policies and procedures may result in sanctions or termination of privileges from either or both institutions.

For full details about the U-M and EMU reciprocal borrowing agreement, including overdue fines and replacement costs, see UM-EMU Borrowing Rules.

Page maintained by Denise Marie Foley
Last modified: 10/13/2015