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Library Cards for All State Residents

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Borrowing Privileges at Middleton Library Now Extend to All Louisiana Residents

 

All residents of Louisiana who present proof of residence (Louisiana driver’s license or other state-issued photo identification card) and a Visa or MasterCard credit card can receive a temporary library card at no charge.  Applications for “T-cards” are available at the Circulation Desk in Middleton Library.

These cards permit holders to check out books for twenty-eight days with the option to renew them. The cards are good for one year, and circulation privileges can be extended, as long as the patron is in good standing with no outstanding loans or fines. The LSU Libraries collection includes more than four million volumes.

For more information, please see the circulation polices webpage or call (225) 578-2058.

Sigrid Kelsey is the Director of Library Communications and Publications at the LSU Libraries.

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