Borrowing Privileges for Richmond Area High Schools
High school students and teachers at public and private schools in the City of Richmond, Henrico County, Chesterfield County and Hanover County have borrowing privileges at Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries. To borrow materials, the librarian, media specialist, or other high school library administrator must issue students and teachers a single-use borrowing pass good for up to five items at a time from VCU Libraries. Students and teachers may be issued more than one borrowing pass during the academic year. Books are loaned for 28 days, and may be renewed unless requested by another patron. Each high school is financially responsible for damage fees and lost material fees on items borrowed by their students or teachers. More information is available at the Access Privileges for High School Students and Teachers Web page.
Complete this high school borrowing pass online. After entering the information, print the pass, sign and date it yourself, and have the student sign it. To check out materials, the student must bring this signed pass with a photo ID (such as a driver's license, school ID with photo, or DMV-issued ID) to any circulation service desk at the James Branch Cabell Library or Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences. If you have trouble with the pass or other questions, contact Teresa Doherty, Head, CIrculation and Information Services, at 828-8658 or firstname.lastname@example.org.