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University of Washington Health Sciences Library

FAQ

Commonly asked questions from Health Sciences Library users.

I am not affiliated with UW. Do I have access?

Everyone is welcome to visit the Health Sciences Library and use materials in the library. This includes access to online databases, eJournals and eBooks. Non-UW clients should expect to bring a flash drive to save files or may visit our Information Desk to request a guest Dawg Prints cardfor printing, including an instruction card detailing how to add money to your guest card online. Guests with picture ID may request a wifi password which will allow them to access library resources using their own devices while on campus. Guest email and access to productivity software (such as MS Office) are not available on library workstations. For UW students, faculty and staff, the Husky Card serves as a library card for checking out materials. Individuals who do not have borrowing privileges may purchase a UW Libraries Borrower’s Card through Library Account Services on the first floor of Suzzallo Library or by calling 206-543-1174. You may also apply for or renew a Borrower’s Card online.

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