Do VCU alumni have access to checking out books? I read through the different patron types but I do not believe I fit in any of the categories anymore. I graduated from VCU 2 years ago and am now doing graduate work through a different school. I am currently living back in Richmond and am working on my thesis and wanted to see if there was anyway I could use Cabell Library's resources. Thank you for your help!
From: a library patron
Kimberly Separ, Director of Development and Community Relations, replies...
Thank you for your inquiry and for your interest in the Friends of the Library donor program. The Friends of the Library donor program is open to VCU alumni, individuals, families, community members, and friends. The Friends of the Library are donors who support the mission, programs, collections and services of the VCU Libraries. The Friends are committed to helping the VCU Libraries build its resources and collections to provide for the ever-expanding needs of Virginia Commonwealth University's world-class teaching and research missions. Additionally, the Friends fund and promote an exciting series of community lectures and events, including the annual Friends of the Library book sale. Donations made to the VCU Libraries are tax deductible as allowed by law.
Additional information about donor levels and privileges, including borrowing privileges, is available online. Thank you for your support of VCU and the VCU Libraries!