Health Sciences Library
Users must present a valid WSU, other Summit university, or Community Library borrower’s card to check out materials. Always bring your WSU, other Summit university, or Community Library card with you.
If you would like someone other than you to pick up your library holds, please fill out a Library Designee Authorization Form at the Library’s circulation desk. This ensures that unauthorized people are not able to access your library materials.
Loan periods vary in length. The libraries in Pullman, Cheney, and at the WSU Spokane campus all have different circulation policies.
Course Reserve materials
Course Reserves are loaned for 2 hours at a time. This ensures that the materials are widely available to students who need to use the materials for their courses.
We offer laptops, iPads, calculators, headphones, and some charging cables to WSU-affiliated borrowers. For more information see our Computers and Technology Page or check at the circulation desk.
Return books and multimedia in the Library book drops or at the circulation desk. Book drops are located (1) outside the Student Activity Center’s exterior doors on the northwest side of the building, and (2) at the Library entrance on the second floor of the Student Activity Center. The book drop at the Library entrance is available only during staffed hours, so items returned outside of those hours can only be returned in the outdoor book drop. Equipment and Course Reserves must be returned at the Library’s circulation desk (not in the book drop).
Items checked out from WSU Pullman or from other Summit Libraries may be returned at the WSU Health Sciences Library.
Community users may borrow local materials, and materials at other WSU campuses may be requested at the circulation desk. Community users are not eligible for Summit borrowing or Interlibrary Loan services. Please contact Library staff for assistance.
Washington state residents who are not affiliated with Washington State University may use Libraries resources and services and borrow library materials (per the Washington Administrative Code (504-40-020)). Residents who are 16 years old or older may apply for an community borrower card at any WSU Libraries Access Services desk with a valid ID. Acceptable forms of ID that can be used for signing up for a borrower card include identification from a federal agency, state agency, or another academic institution.
Community Borrower accounts expire each year; to renew, visit the Library with proof of address (either piece of mail or valid ID displaying current address). If the patron has materials to renew at this time that were checked out during a previous academic year, they must bring these items to the library to return. These materials may be checked out again immediately as long as there are no holds on the item.
Monday – Friday: 7:30am – 5pm
24/7 access is available for current WSU students who are enrolled in classes on the WSU Health Sciences Spokane campus. Use your Cougar card for access. Library services (ie. circulation and reference) are not available outside of standard staffed hours.
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