These libraries are not part of the Reciprocal Borrowing Program but have indicated that they are open to PNW Faculty using their resources.
|Colorado State University||Not part of the program but open to everyone|
|Rice University||Visiting professors are of course welcome to visit anytime and scan material that may be of interest to them.|
|Université Laval||If someone is planning to visit our campus, we have agreements with faculties for invited teachers or students. We can emit temporary library cards for these cases.|
|University of New Hampshire||Not part of the program but open to everyone|
|University of Louisville||Any faculty member from an accredited university or college can request a visiting academic borrower’s card from our Access and User Services Department. We prefer that faculty who need this service email us ahead of time so we can pre-create a card and computer login (if you have someone who is asking, please have them email me directly).|
|University of Akron||We are primarily set up to assist visiting patrons from Ohio libraries, but anyone with a Government-issued ID can request a library card.|