Answered By: Timothy Grasso Last Updated: Aug 16, 2022 Views: 32
New students are given full access to their library account and library electronic resources at the start of the first quarter in which they are registered for classes.
This limitation is due to our electronic resource vendor agreements that limit access to currently enrolled and registered students. Degreed alumni continue to have access to a selection of eResources outlined in our alumni guide.
Timeline of access for newly accepted students
- After acceptance into a Fuller degree program, Students receive a student ID number (G#) and create their Fuller ID username and password. This allows access to Fuller email, the Quad, and Fuller's course registration system.
**Students do not yet have access to a library account or library electronic resources. Attempts to sign in to your library account before registering for courses will result in an OCLC access error.**
- After a Fuller student has registered and paid for courses for the first time, access to Fuller eBooks and databases will be granted through their Fuller ID no later than the start of their first quarter.
Please contact the library at firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not have access on or after your first day of classes.
- Access to your library account should be turned on within the first week of your registered quarter.
This grants you access to library holds, remote renewals, and interlibrary loan services outlined in our library access policies.
If you do not have access after the start of your first quarter, we would be happy to help at the library front desk or remotely by emailing email@example.com.