Students, Faculty, and Staff
If you're a new student, or haven't checked anything out of the library before, you will need to set up your library account. You'll need your student ID with a current registration sticker. If you are currently enrolled but don't have an ID, go see Registration and Records on the first floor of the library. If you need a current quarterly sticker, see student accounts, also on the first floor.
Once you have your ID with sticker, stop by the circulation desk in the library and ask to set up an account. You'll need to fill out a short form which includes a current and permanent mailing adderss (on campus students may put their mailbox number for their current address), student ID# or Social Security number, phone number, and current email. Then you're all set. Current students are able to take the most advantage of the library's services, being able to check out books, materials from Government Documents, as well as films and music from the Sound and Image Library (SAIL).
If you have previously attended Evergreen but are no longer currently enrolled (graduated, transferred, etc.) or if you are from the greater Olympia area and wish to use the TESC Library, you can access the library services as a community borrower. As a community borrower you are able to check out books and government documents, as well as use in-house materials like reference books, microform, and you can access SAIL material within the library. However, you will not be able to check out SAIL material for home use.
* If you have graduated, your library account automatically switches to a community borrower status. You can still use your old Evergreen Student ID, or you can recieve a community borrower TESC library card.