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Alumni, Visitor, and Retiree Library Services & Access

This page provides information and policies for FIU Visitor, Alumni, and Retired Faculty & Staff.

Summer 2021

Visiting the Library

FIU students, faculty, alumni, and visitors may visit the FIU Libraries without a reservation. Remember to bring your FIU OneCard or a government issued ID to swipe into the building or check in at the Guest Services Desk. The library will operate on limited capacity; access to the building is on a first-come, first-served basis. Our Public Safety Technicians will make frequent rounds to monitor compliance with P3 protocols. Find full details here: https://libanswers.fiu.edu/faq/321724

Staying Safe in the Library

We will continue to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and implement COVID-19 mitigation measures. Everyone is encouraged to continue wearing face coverings indoors, given that they are an effective layer of protection from COVID-19. Please read the university's Panthers Protecting Panthers guidelines for additional information. https://repopulation.fiu.edu/index.html

Ultimately, the most important step you can take is to get vaccinated. There are multiple locations locally where you may receive a vaccine. https://www.miamidade.gov/global/initiatives/coronavirus/vaccine/home.page

FIU Library Policies

  • Browse our library policies for safe and conscientious use of library resources. These policies are subject to modification at the discretion of library administration. ​

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