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Using Other Libraries
Students who live close to a university, may be able to arrange borrowing privileges.
Using Local Libraries
UBC Koerner Library - Photo by Duncan Dixon
Borrowing at British Columbia Academic Libraries
Most British Columbia university and college libraries participate in a reciprocal borrowing program, which means you may borrow books from participating libraries using your valid TWU student/library card.
Having a COPPUL card helps to smooth the borrowing process in many cases. To get a COPPUL card:
- If you're on campus, come to the Library, show your TWU student card, and ask for a COPPUL card.
- If you're not able to come to the library, contact Circulation by phone at 604.513.2023 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for a card.
For more information, see the page Borrowing at Other Institutions.