If you're taking an online class at Cayuga Community College, this guide will help you to learn about Library resources and services available to you.
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Cayuga students and staff have off-campus access to Library databases by logging in. When you are prompted while searching Library databases, you will need to enter:
your MyCayuga username
your MyCayuga password
For help with usernames and passwords, see the Student Accounts information page from Campus IT Services.
To borrow print books and media owned by this Library, you must visit the Library in Auburn or Fulton and use your library card.
To request materials not owned by Cayuga, you may set up an interlibrary loan account, which requires a current Cayuga Community College library card number. You will need to visit the Library to pick up books requested through Interlibrary loan.
Online-only students, as well as faculty teaching online classes only or who are on sabbatical leave, and who also live more than 20 miles away from either campus, may request that ILL materials be sent to a valid street address. To request this service for an ILL item, please enter your current contact information and a valid street address into the notes section of the ILLiad request form.
You can apply for a library card here.
Online students have access to these electronic materials from off campus:
Use the Tabs in this guide for more information about these and other resources.
See information on this page for Help from a Librarian.