All Piedmont College students, graduate and undergraduate, have book-borrowing privileges at the University of Georgia Libraries. After the end of the Drop/Add period at beginning of every semester, the Library sends the UGA Library a list of all currently registered students.
Students must go to the Main Library at UGA to receive their borrower's card at the Access Services Department. UGA borrowing privileges include borrowing from the Main Library, the Science Library and from the School of Education's Curriculum and Juvenile Collections in Aderholt Hall.
Book borrowing privileges last only for one semester at a time and always end on the last Piedmont College exam day of a semester. Once a student has received a borrower's card, she/he must go back to the Access Services Office in the Main Library to renew it each semester.
Privileges only allow Piedmont College students to borrow books from UGA. Students do not have access to other library services that UGA students have, such as interlibrary loan through UGA, use of GIL Express, or use of the electronic resources provided by UGA for its students, whether inside the UGA Libraries or off-campus.
It's a good idea to call in advance at the UGA Access Services Department and make sure that your name has reached them before you go the first time. Their phone is 706-542-3256. If your name isn't on the current semester's list or if the list has expired, you can contact the staff at the Arrendale Library or the Lane Library, Athens, for assistance.