The Princeton University Library serves the teaching, research and scholarly activities of the University faculty, students, and staff. Access and borrowing privileges are provided to individuals who hold a valid Princeton University identification card (TigerCard) with photograph. Spouses, domestic partners, and children (under 23 years of age) of University employees and students who possess a family/partner ID card are also granted library privileges.
The Library also welcomes the use of its collections, under certain conditions, by scholars, independent researchers, and other individuals or entities not affiliated with the university. Non-affiliated researchers may be required to pay for access or borrowing privileges.
Access and Borrowing by Patron Type
- Detailed information about access and borrowing privileges may be obtained by choosing the relevant patron type in the menu to the left.
- The Library reserves the right to refuse to grant access and borrowing privileges to any person who fails to observe Library policies and regulations.