From Georgia Tech
Your Buzzcard is your Library card.
To check out items at the Georgia Tech Library, bring your Buzzcard to the Library Services Desk, located in the West Wing of the Library.
Regular check out for undergraduates is one semester. Books will be due at the end of the current semester unless noted or recalled by another patron.
You are guaranteed use of your books for 21 days. If your item is recalled by another patron, please return it to the Library Services Desk by the new recall due date to avoid fines.
Books received through GIL Express or Interlibrary Loan may also be picked up at the Library Services Desk.
Visit the Graduate & Undergraduate Borrowing Privileges page for more information about borrowing from the Georgia Tech Library.
From Other Libraries in Georgia
Items from other University System of Georgia (USG) Libraries and Emory's Main Library (Woodruff) may be checked out in person at these libraries using your Buzzcard. Items from USG libraries may be returned directly to the library where they were checked out or to the Georgia Tech Library Services Desk. Items from Emory's library should be returned directly to Emory.
You may borrow items in person from other area university libraries including:
Before you visit one of these libraries to check out items, you should visit the Library Services Desk at Georgia Tech to obtain an Inter Library Use (ILU) card. Items checked out from these institutions should be returned directly to the institutions.
Visit the Borrowing & Requesting from Other Libraries page for more information.
Try searching the Georgia Tech Library Catalog for keywords related to your topic. Books listed as Core Collection are the fourth floor. Books in any other location should be requested using the 'Get It' feature in the Catalog. Examples of books related to course topics include:
You may also request books from other libraries through Interlibrary Loan service ILLiad. You will need to sign in using your GT credentials to place a request to have it sent to our library. Examples of books that you might find useful include: