For Alumni

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: JOHN W. GRAHAM LIBRARY SERVICES FOR ALUMNI

Who is eligible?

  • All Trinity College and Wycliffe College alumni
  • Members of the Anglican clergy

How can I get a borrower’s card?

Extramural cards may be obtained at the Circulation Desk of the Graham Library, Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. Please provide a current piece of photo ID.

What can I borrow?

You can borrow items from our stacks. Most periodicals may be borrowed overnight. Theses and reference materials are for “in-library use” only. Tape cassettes, CDs and DVDs have a 2-week loan period; videos are mostly 3-day loans

How long can I borrow for?

You are entitled to borrow items for two weeks. Alumni/ae borrowers can renew items once. All items are subject to recall after two weeks.

Where do I return items?

You must return all Graham Library items on or before the due date in order to avoid fines. There is a drop slot beside the library doors that face the main Trinity College building for after hours.

What else should I be aware of?

It is your responsibility to keep track of due dates. To check the status of your account, call (416-978-5851) or come in person to the Circulation Desk. You are responsible for keeping your contact information up to date.

When is the library open?
I’m a Divinity alum (Trinity College or Wycliffe College), what additional resources are available to me?

Trinity and Wycliffe Divinity Alumni have free access to more than 150 important theological journals available full-text through the ATLASerials (ATLAS) online collection. The database contains more than 1,100,000 records. It covers articles in more than 1500 journals, book reviews, and multimedia and essays in multi-author works including Festschriften and conference proceedings. This resource has been secured through the American Theological Graham Library Association, with funding from the Lilly Endowment. If you are interested in having access to this database, please apply for a user id and password to Thomas Power: email thomas.power@utoronto.ca.

 

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