Reciprocal borrowing - University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

Accessibility links

Reciprocal borrowing

To become a Reciprocal Borrower at USC you need to apply in person using the Reciprocal Borrowing Form available from the Library Help Desk at the Library.

You should have photo ID and either a confirmation of enrolment for the current semester or current payslip or confirmation of employment. University ID cards are not accepted as proof of current enrolment/employment.

Reciprocal borrowing is available to staff and students of universities which participate in the University Library Australia agreement.

University of the Sunshine Coast staff or students wishing to borrow from another university library must register at that institution. Visit the University Library Australia website for further information about the Library you wish to borrow from.

Please note: Registration is free and is valid until 28 February the following year. By submitting the Reciprocal Borrowing Form, you undertake to abide by all of the procedures and regulations, and pay any charges connected with overdues, lost or damaged material. For more information and Library Services loans conditions.

Information privacy notice

The University of the Sunshine Coast collects information on the Reciprocal Borrowing Form to carry out its functions under the University of the Sunshine Coast Act 1998. The University may disclose some, or all of the information, to appropriate agencies if required including to the Commonwealth Department of Education, Science and Training, the Australian Taxation Office, etc. More information is available at USC's privacy page.