How to Get a Borrowing Card for Claremont Colleges Library
Claremont Colleges Library, operated by the Claremont University Consortium (CUC), is currently centralized in the Honnold/Mudd Library building, with some materials now stored offsite in the CUC Records Center. This library, popularly referred to as "Honnold," holds materials that are useful for students in Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Lincoln University degree programs, and for faculty and staff as well. You will need a card issued by Claremont Colleges Library to borrow items.
Masters Level and D.Min. Students
Claremont Colleges Library issues "community" borrowing cards to qualified applicants (including our students, faculty and staff). Available services include book borrowing and renewal; use of electronic resources in the library; subject specialists and reference librarians; and workshops.
To obtain a borrowing card, follow the steps listed below:
- Go to the Claremont School of Theology Library and set-up or update your library account.
- Go to the Honnold/Mudd Library. (Get a map or directions from the Claremont School of Theology Library.)
- Take your school identification card (with the current expiration sticker) and one other picture identification card with you.
- Explain that you want to apply for a borrowing card.
- Complete the application process, which may include showing your identification card(s), filling out a form, etc.
Ph.D. students have an opportunity to take advantage of the services offered by Claremont Colleges Library to the students of Claremont Graduate University, including use of the Link+ system, the document delivery service, and remote access to databases and other electronic resources. You will receive an email from the CST Registrar containing a unique identification number. Take that number to Connections, located on the lower level of Honnold/Mudd Library, and follow instructions. If you have questions, contact the office of the Vice Dean for Academic Programs in the CST Dean's Office.