Other libraries where UM-Dearborn students, faculty, and staff can borrow materials.
University of Michigan Ann Arbor and Flint
UM-Dearborn students, faculty, and staff can use their MCard (UM photo ID card) to check out books from most UM-Ann Arbor libraries and the UM-Flint library.
Books checked out from the Ann Arbor campus libraries may be returned at the UM-Dearborn Mardigian Library. Do not put these materials in the drop box: please hand them directly to a Circulation Desk employee. We cannot renew Ann Arbor books or take fines for them.
The UM-Ann Arbor and Flint libraries have their own circulation services and policies, which vary from library to library:
MeLCat Visiting Patron libraries
UM-Dearborn students may borrow materials from MeLCat Visiting Patron libraries using their MCard (University photo ID).
The list of participating libraries is updated several times a year; look for libraries that have a "Yes" in the "Participates in Visiting Patron Service?" column.
Local academic libraries that participate in MeLCat Visiting Patron include:
If you have questions about this service call the Access Services Desk (313-593-5559).
Reciprocal borrowing institutions
UM-Dearborn students can borrow materials from these libraries by showing proof of current registration, MCard (University photo ID), and picture ID. The lending library sets their own lending policies.
UM-Dearborn students, faculty, and staff need to have an InfoPass to borrow materials from the following libraries. You need to request the InfoPass at the Library Research Center or the Circulation Desk at the Mardigian Library. You must show the InfoPass and a photo ID when you go to the other library. The lending library sets their own lending policies.
More information on the Infopass is available from SEMLOL.
The UM-Dearborn Mardigian Library does not issue or accept MichiCards.
Currently enrolled students and currently employed faculty and staff are eligible for a free digital subscription to the New York Times (NYT) (some limitations apply) and Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Access requires creation of accounts for each site. Full details and setup instructions are available on the New York Times and Wall Street Journal setup pages.