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Special Borrowing Privileges
Library facilities at Winthrop University are primarily for the use of students, faculty, administrative officers, and staff of the University. As a security measure, a Winthrop University identification card or a scheduled appointment is required to enter Dacus Library. Patrons must schedule an appointment in advance.
Borrowing privileges are limited to currently enrolled students, faculty, administrative officers, and staff except under the conditions listed below.
Special Borrowing Privileges:
Non-Winthrop patrons of college age or above may borrow materials under the following conditions:
High School Class Instruction
Teachers who are interested in having their students use Dacus Library, either individually for research or as a group for a field trip, must first contact the Coordinator of Library Instruction to determine if the assignment or instructional goal is appropriate for Dacus. Every effort is made to accommodate outside educational pursuits while minimizing conflict with the research and class activities of Winthrop students. High school teachers are encouraged to first utilize all the resources of their own media center and local public library.
All Others Not Covered Above
Others who wish to use the library must make application by filling out the Dacus Research form, available at the library entrance or on the library’s web site. Someone will be back in touch with you in 24 hours or the next business day.
Inquiries, off campus 323-2131; on campus 6460.