Top

VCU Libraries is online and in person. VCU Libraries COVID-19 response

Tompkins-McCaw Library and Cabell Library are open. Find out what to expect when you visit. FAQ

Now you can borrow from most Virginia academic libraries

October 3, 2013

Alderman, Swem, Cabell, McConnell, Wilder, Johnson, Newman, Tompkins-McCaw, Boatwright, Lyman Beecher Brooks and Claude Moore are among Virginia academic libraries.

Now, they share a new commonality. 

Any member of the VCU community--student, faculty or staff--can walk into any of these participating libraries and others, prove affiliation with VCU and enjoy immediate borrowing privileges. This convenience might prove particularly helpful for traveling researchers or students visiting their hometowns on school breaks.  

The pilot program for the 2013-14 academic year is through the Virtual Library of Virginia (VIVA) consortium. 

List of participating institutions  

VCU borrowers at other participating libraries will be asked to login to 

< Previous | Next >