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Visiting Students CSU-Pueblo Library Information

Information for IB, AP, and STS teachers and students, and community students

Request a Class Visit

IB, AP, and STS high school instructors may contact the Library to request a scheduled class visit at the University Library with one of the research librarians. Instructors should consider timing carefully—the most productive instruction sessions are structured around a specific assignment that students have already started working on. Your students will be provided with guest access during their visit; to access library resources during future visits, they will need to obtain a Community LID card.

Please remember that the librarians also have teaching responsibilities and may need to reschedule a class visit on short notice. We appreciate your understanding!

STS teachers may request an account for their own use in instruction. STS teachers with questions about eAccounts should contact Extended Studies, at 719-549-2316.

Visitor Parking

Visitors must park in the designated visitor parking lots and obtain a parking pass from the CSU-Pueblo Parking and Safety department. There are two visitor lots on campus, both within easy walking distance of the library. Detailed directions are available on the university website

Using Library Resources

Borrowing Library Materials

The Library Circulation Policy allows community patrons to borrow a limited number of library materials using a driver's license, Pueblo City-County Library District library card, or Library ID (LID) card. LID card holders also receive Prospector, interlibrary loan, and computer and printing privileges at the University Library. LID cards may be purchased for a one-time $5 fee at the circulation desk.

Library Policies

Use of the Colorado State University-Pueblo Library is a privilege extended to all students, faculty and staff of the institution as well as community members needing to conduct research. The Library, in its role of collaborating to achieve the academic mission of the institution, strives to provide an inviting, respectful, and secure environment for all its patrons to engage in intellectual pursuits. 

All patrons are expected to comply with the Library Use Policy and other university policies, including the campus Sexual Harassment policy and Information Technology Service policies. Local, state, and federal laws governing libraries and general issues of conduct in public places will be upheld at all times. Library patrons who do not adhere to these policies may have their library privileges revoked.