Where are the Bookdrops?
How do I access Course Reserves?
I want to go to the Ebsco databases - where are they?
How do I access the Library collections from my computer?
How do I access the newspaper called The New York Times online?
How do I request an item through Interlibrary Loan?
Where do I fax?
What is the Fines policy?
Where is the Lost & Found?
Can I renew a book that I've checked out?
Material is picked up from the bookdrops and checked in within one hour of opening on days that the library is open.
One bookdrop is at the East entrance to Brown Hall:
One is at the South entrance to Goldfarb Hall:
And the 3rd is in the door towards the Reading Room on the 3rd floor of Brown Hall, right across from the Circulation Desk:
Fax Services that are currently available for faxing to long distance phone numbers from the Danforth Campus:
Please note that there is not a fax service available at Olin Library.
Go to https://libguides.wustl.edu/offcampusaccess and enter your WUSTL Key ID and Password.
If logging in doesn’t work, you may have forgotten your WUSTL Key password which you can reset here: https://connect.wustl.edu/login/WUForgotPWD.aspx
From the Off-Campus Access Page:
What is a proxy server? Why is it needed? How does it work?
Most of the databases and e-journals provided by Washington University Libraries are on the Web but are not free. The Libraries purchase access to them from companies. The agreements with these companies limit access to current WU students, faculty, and staff. If you are not on the WU campuses, you must logon with your WUSTL key and have your affiliation with the University recognized.
After you have logged in, you should not be challenged again for your ID and password - until you turn off your computer, or close your browser. Need help with your WUSTL Key or password? Click here for more info.
You'll know you are 'proxied' when you see 'libproxy.wustl.edu' in the first part of the URL in your browser's address bar.
If you type in a new URL in the browser’s address box you will leave the proxy service.