Mutual Use Network privileges
students and faculty may check out most books at mutual use libraries.
- Students and faculty from mutual use libraries may check
out most books from
- Mutual use borrowers
must present a valid student ID card
and proof of current registration, such as a paid receipt,
official schedule of classes or registration sticker.
- Mutual use borrowers may check out books according to the rules
established at the lending library. The off-campus borrowers
row in the
Loan and Fee Policies Table describes book borrowing loan
periods and rules
- Note: The following materials
not circulate to mutual use
(non-CSULA) borrowers: course reserves, media,
library-use-only items, periodicals, & reference books.
The Mutual Use Network includes
all 23 California State University campuses and select local
local community college libraries.
Local CSU Libraries
- Dominguez Hills
- Long Beach
- Cal Poly Pomona
All CSU libraries
Los Angeles College (ELAC)
- Glendale Community
Los Angeles City College (LACC)
Los Angeles Southwest College (LASC)
- Los Angeles Trade Tech College
- Pasadena City College
- Rio Hondo College (RHC)
Outside our Mutual Use Network
- University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
- Note: Although UCLA is not officially within
our Mutual Use Network, CSULA faculty members qualify for a free
library card which can be used at most UCLA libraries.
If you are a student, you
can purchase a
UCLA library card.