Answered By: David Chance
Last Updated: Jun 28, 2014     Views: 205

Non-affiliated visitors to Washington University may choose to join "The Century Club", donating $100 or more per year to the university, which then entitles you to check out materials from the library.

Alternatively, if there is a book owned by the Washington University libraries you may go to your local public library and request an interlibrary loan whereby they will obtain the book from Washington University (or any library owning a copy) on your behalf. Check with your local public library for details.

Students at many Missouri colleges and universities have borrowing privileges at the Washington University libraries if their institution is a member of the MOBIUS consortium. Check with your school's library for details or see this website:



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