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Library Cards

A University of Connecticut photo Husky One Card or a library-issued Borrower’s card is required to borrow materials. Use of these cards indicates your agreement to observe library policies and return materials on time. These policies are designed to serve all users generously and equitably. Your University Husky One Card or library-issued Borrower’s card is non-transferable.

Card Replacement

If you lose a Library issued Borrower’s card, notify Library iDesk staff immediately so a block can be placed on the card to prevent use by others. Library-issued borrower’s cards can be replaced for free at any UConn Library (except for the Art & Design library, Map library, Music & Dramatic Arts Library and Pharmacy library on the Storrs Campus).