All current students, faculty, and staff of Community College of Denver, Metropolitan State University of Denver, University of Colorado, Denver, and Auraria Higher Education Center have access to library resources. You can borrow circulating material, use computers in the library, and access library resources online from off campus.
Colorado residents may register for library access by showing a Colorado picture ID. Public users may borrow 6 circulating materials. Computer use is limited to 30 minutes per day.
The CU System and Other Colleges and Universities
Students and employees from other Colorado colleges and universities may borrow circulating material and use library computers. Bring your school picture ID to register as an academic guest.
If you are visiting Auraria as a prospective student, you can visit the Ask Us Desk to get a 1-day pass for library computers.
Visiting Scholars and Faculty Associates
Visiting scholars and faculty associates will need to work with their host department to obtain institutional credentials. You can borrow circulating material, use computers in the library, and access library resources online from off campus.
To obtain institutional credentials, contact:
MSU: users need to contact their sponsoring department and request affiliate user access. Sponsoring departments will need to submit a ticket with MSU IT that includes name/s of researchers that need library access.
UCD – users need to fill out the CU Denver sponsored user form to request affiliate user access.
CCD - users should contact Chris Arcase to request affiliate user access.
Emeritus Faculty are granted full Auraria Faculty privileges and are registered with the Emeritus affiliation after providing paperwork to the Ask Us desk from an Auraria Institution Dean or Director.
Retired Auraria faculty and staff from CCD, MSU Denver, and CU Denver receive no distinct Auraria Library privileges unless you are considered Emeritus faculty by your respective institution. If you continue to reside in the State of Colorado, you can receive public user privileges.
Colorado Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) members have the same general checkout privileges as Auraria undergraduate students excluding off-campus access to databases. CPRA members can also check out CPRA DVDs and videotapes.
As an Auraria alumni, you can register for off-campus access to Annual Reviews, IEEE Xplore, Project Muse, Sage Journals, Philosophy Documentation Center - Poiesis, and CQ Researcher. Contact the alumni office of your institution to establish alumni privileges.