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I'm an Irving resident, can I use the library?

I'm an Irving resident, and student at another University. I would like to know if I can still use your library despite not being a student there. The Blakley library is closer to my house, and is open later than the city's public library.
Last Updated: Nov 29, 2017  |  21 Views
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Hi Maria,

You can use the UD Library. It's open to the public for studying, and we have 7 public access computers as well as gues wifi.

If you want to check out books, you will need to pay $50 for a guest card, or you can get a TexShare card at the city library or your university. With that, you can check out up to five books at a time. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Liz Barksdale


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