*Some resources may be restricted to on-campus users only.
Photocopying and printing (6¢ per b/w page, 25¢ per color page) can be done in the Wilson Music Library with either one’s VUnetID or a reloadable guest card purchased at the card machine in the copy room. There is a one-time cost of $1 for the card itself. The photocopier can also scan to email or to a flash drive.
The library is a life-long benefit to all Vanderbilt alumni. We are delighted to have you visit virtually or in person!Library benefits for Vanderbilt alumni include:
When on campus, alumni may access most of the library’s electronic resources available in campus libraries. The library is also able to offer remote, off-campus, access to a select group of specially licensed alumni databases. To gain remote access, alumni will need a VUNet ID. If you do not already have a VUNet ID, request one by submitting the request via the Ask a Librarian button. To expedite the request, please indicate the school from which you graduated, and the year of graduation. Those alumni who graduated 2011 and later can re-authenticate a VUNetID and change their ePassword on the VUIT AccessVU - Existing Users page.
All Vanderbilt graduates are encouraged to borrow books from the library free of charge. The Commodore Card provides borrowing privileges to all Vanderbilt libraries. To obtain a card after graduation, please visit Vanderbilt’s Card Services office.
Questions? Stop by a library service desk on your next trip to campus or feel free to send us a note. Librarians with subject and discipline expertise provide alumni with information consultation services, in person and by email. You can always Ask a Librarian.
Alumni are welcome in all Vanderbilt Libraries. Find a library location, check the hours and visit us to see an exhibit, use our digital collections, browse the stacks, or to see what's new in your favorite library space. Here is some help with maps, directions and parking.
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