Queen Mary Undergraduates and Taught Postgraduates
All current Queen Mary undergraduates and taught postgraduates are entitled to use the facilities of any Queen Mary Library at any time throughout the year.
Your Queen Mary ID card also acts as your Library Card.
Undergraduate and postgraduate ID cards should be ready to use once you have completed registration. If you have any problems, staff at the Welcome Desk in any Library will be able to assist you.
Please note you will not be allowed to borrow without your College ID/Library Card and are expected to carry it with you at all times while on campus.
Queen Mary UG students are entitled to borrow up to 12 items from the Libraries. PGT students are allowed to borrow up to 16 items. Borrowing basics gives further information.
To use PCs in the Libraries, you will need a student services account. You should have been given a username for this account during registration. If you do not have one, or think you have lost the details, go to the IT Services reception desk in Room W209, Queen's Building, Mile End.
Your ID/Library card also functions as your photocopying card. Further information on how to use it is given on the photocopying page.
Queen Mary Researchers and Staff
All current Queen Mary University staff, both academic and non-academic, are entitled to use the facilities of any Queen Mary library at any time throughout the year.
While PGR students are automatically registered with the Library, staff will firstly need to complete the registration form here.
Once the form has been submitted, the applications will be processed within 48 hours.
Honorary and Visiting Staff
Honorary and visiting staff are eligible for full access to Queen Mary library's facilities, including remote access to e-resources.
To register with the Library you will first need to collect your staff ID card, this is also your Library card. Subsequently, you need to complete the registration form available here.
The barcode on the front of the card will allow you to gain access to the Library, use self-service machines and photocopiers. Details about your borrowing rights are available here.
To gain remote access to e-resources, you will need an IT username and password. If you do not have one already, your departmental IT representative can arrange it for you.
The maximum duration of the library membership is three years. Extension of your library membership is subject to your contract renewal.
Retired staff may join the library as external users.
To register with the Library please complete the Retired Staff Application Form [DOC 13KB] and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. A visitor card will be issued to you, enabling you to gain access to the Library.
The maximum length of the membership is three years renewable.
Borrowing rights are limited to up to 6 items at any one time. Access to PCs and electronic resources is not available.