Graduate Students

Borrowing privileges are provided to all currently enrolled graduate students who hold a valid Princeton Universityidentification card (TigerCard) with photograph. Spouses, domestic partners and children (under 23 years of age) of graduate students who possess a family ID cardare also granted library privileges. Continuance of Library privileges is dependent on observance of Library policies and regulations.

Continuing, non-registered Princeton University graduate students who wish to borrow books may purchase borrowing privileges for 50% of the standard borrowing fee for visitors. The fee for borrowing is set annually, in July. Contact the Access Office for more information.

Loan Periods

Academic Year loan in:

Architecture, East Asian, Engineering, Firestone, Lewis, Mendel Music* and Stokes

8-week loan in:

East Asian (bound CJK periodicals only)

4-week loan in:

Firestone (Dixon, Travel, and Faculty collections) and Lewis (CDs and DVDs)

2 week loan in:

Firestone (CDs and DVDs), ReCAP (CDs, DVDs, VHS)

24-hour loan in:

Non-required course reserve collections, East Asian (bound Western-language periodicals only)

3-hour loan in:

Required course reserve collections

Non-circulating in:


* Sound and video recordings will circulate for 4-weeks only to non-Music Department graduate students.