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Do I have to be a TAFE student to use the library?

Last Updated: Mar 17, 2016  |  81 Views

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Members of the public can join the library as Associate Borrowers (conditions and fees apply).  Associate membership can be for one term, one semester or one year. Refer to the Associate Borrowers Guide for more information.

All visitors to libraries, if not current students or staff, should present to Library staff.

Info for currently enrolled TAFE students:

If you are an enrolled TAFE student you have access to use any TAFE NSW library and facilities for the duration of your course.

You must have your TAFEcard or proof of student enrolment to borrow.

To access computers you are required to have a username and password. This is normally issued to you at time of enrolment or can be obtained from your Teacher, Library Staff or the Administration Office.

If you are not a current TAFE student you can join as an Associate Borrower, please ask Library staff for details as fees do apply.


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