Interlibrary Loans at the Krieble Library
In addition to on-campus circulation privileges, any current student, faculty or staff member at Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts may request to borrow books and obtain copies of articles from other library collections through the Krieble Library.
Circulation Privileges at other Libraries
Here are some suggestions if you want to visit an area library or borrow books from other libraries:
The library has a formal agreement with the local public library to extend our users’ access to resources. All students and faculty may borrow materials at the Old Lyme-Phoebe Griffin Noyes (OL-PGN) Library by registering with the library with their Student ID from Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts. Once you have obtained your OL-PGN Library Card you may borrow materials at any of the Connecticut Public Libraries throughout the State of Connecticut.
Old Lyme-Phoebe Griffin Noyes (OL-PGN) Library
The town library is within walking distance to the Lyme campus.
If you already have a current library card from any Connecticut public library, you can borrow books from the all Connecticut Public Libraries. *If you do not have a public library card you can go to the library & show your UNH picture ID to get a card.
Students, staff and faculty may also borrow materials with their UNH-LYME ID at the Marvin K. Peterson Library at the University of New Haven’s main campus. Also near the UNH main campus the library at Albertus Magnus College extends borrowing privileges with a valid UNH-LYME ID.
Marvin K. Peterson Library
UNH students have borrowing privileges at the main campus.
Show a current UNH-LYME ID to borrow UNH Library books.
Albertus Magnus College
UNH students have reciprocal borrowing privileges at Albertus Magnus College.
Show a current UNH-LYME ID to borrow Albertus Magnus Library books.
You may also want to expand your search to our statewide public library system:
Search our statewide catalog for a book you need. iCONN will show you if it is in a Connecticut public library. You can go borrow it if you have a valid library card from any Connecticut public library.