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The goal of the Concordia University Libraries' Circulation Policy is to establish an equitable method through which materials are made available for library users. All borrowing privileges are extended at the discretion of the Library’s staff. Concordia University faculty, staff, and students should use their valid University ID Card when borrowing materials. Others may obtain a library card by completing the Community Library Card Application Form and present it, along with a photo ID that includes a current address, in person at the Service Desk. This Concordia Library Card can only be used by the person to whom it was issued. Materials borrowed from the Library are the responsibility of the person to whom the Concordia Library Card was issued.
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