Answered By: Linda McLaury
Last Updated: Sep 11, 2018     Views: 86

Yes! Graduate students who are working on a thesis, dissertation, or research paper required for their program but are not actually enrolled for classes must have their advisor send a letter or e-mail to (319-273-2216) at the Registrar's Office stating that the student is continuing to work on their degree and needs access to library services. There is a fee for this service (about $50), but it will allow off campus access to databases and interlibrary loan services for materials not owned by Rod Library. 


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