CPSLD Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement

UFV is a member of CPSLD (Council of Post-Secondary Library Directors). CPSLD libraries give borrowing privileges to students, faculty, and staff of other partner institutions. Current students and employees of the publicly funded B.C. post-secondary institutions are granted on-site borrowing privileges at other B.C. post-secondary institution libraries, free of charge, & that permission is reciprocated.

Students and employees must present valid identification from their institution when borrowing materials from another institution library. Reciprocal borrowers are registered at the lending library according to the lending library’s practice (e.g. expiry date established by lending library).

Loan policies (e.g. types of items loaned, number of items, length of borrowing period) of the lending library are followed. Materials must be returned to the lending library and will not be cleared from the borrower’s record until they reach the lending library. Any costs (for overdue fines, damaged or lost materials) are paid by the borrower to the lending library.

For more information, visit the CPSLD website. (currently inactive)

CPSLD member libraries

  • British Columbia Institute of Technology
  • Camosun College
  • Capilano University
  • College of New Caledonia
  • College of the Rockies
  • Douglas College
  • Emily Carr University of Art and Design
  • Kwantlen Polytechnic University
  • Langara College
  • Nicola Valley Institute of Technology
  • North Island College
  • Northern Lights College
  • Northwest Community College
  • Okanagan College
  • Quest
  • Royal Roads University
  • Selkirk College
  • Simon Fraser University
  • Thompson Rivers University
  • Trinity Western University
  • University of British Columbia
  • University of Northern BC
  • University of the Fraser Valley
  • University of Victoria
  • Vancouver Community College
  • Vancouver Island University
  • Yukon College

Libraries with some restrictions on reciprocal borrowing:

  • Justice Institute of British Columbia

September 21, 2016 bp

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