Graduating this spring and want to know how you can continue to access library materials when you are no longer enrolled?
You are welcome in the library! Feel free to bring your laptop or tablet and access our online resources using our free Wi-Fi, either on the 2nd floor of the Library Addition (after May 24) or outside in the plaza. Once the entire building re-opens, you'll be able to register as a community user and use one of our designated workstations for up to 2 hours a day.
Please note that as an alum, your off-campus access to SDSU resources becomes limited. Licensing agreements and restrictions the library has with electronic databases make it impossible for us to offer off-campus access to these proprietary electronic resources.
We recommend you access electronic materials at home by using the rich resources offered by public libraries. The San Diego City Public Library and San Diego County Public Library each offer a number of electronic resources you can access from home. Simply get a free public library card for either or both of these library systems and use these library cards to get off-site access to valuable databases, even some that SDSU does not offer.
You can also borrow books that SDSU owns through the Circuit system, which allows users to request books from SDSU through their public library account and those books get delivered to their local branch free of charge. If you have a card from the city or county library, you can take advantage of this sharing program and borrow items for free from SDSU.
As SDSU alumni you are important to the campus and to the library. We hope you will take advantage of the resource sharing programs that in which SDSU participates with the local public libraries to continue to access the information you need. From all of us at the library, congratulations on your graduation, good luck in the future and please come back and see us soon!