Welcoming the community to share our resources

In the interest of our community’s health and safety, the library building is temporarily closed. 

The Blough-Weis Library serves Susquehanna University's students, faculty and staff.  We also support Susquehanna alumni and members of the local community with some restrictions on borrowing.

For assistance, contact our Service Desk staff at 570-372-4319.

Fines and fees are temporarily suspended.  For more information, please visit http://library.susqu.edu/borrowing

Non-Susquehanna visitors, 17 years of age or older, may apply for borrowing privileges if they are:

  • Community member - Eligible to purchase a $10 library card valid for one year. Community members may borrow up to five items at a time. All applicants must provide a valid picture ID such as a current driver's license.
  • SU Alumni and Lutheran affiliates - Eligible to obtain a free library card valid for one year. Alumni and Lutheran affiliates may borrow up to 10 items at a time. All applicants must provide a valid picture ID such as a current driver's license.
  • Reciprocal/Consortium member - Eligible to obtain a free library card valid for one academic semester for members of a qualifying academic institution who possess a valid ID card from his/her respective institution and a valid driver's license. Reciprocal and consortium members may borrow up to 20 items at a time.

Library patrons are responsible for all items borrowed on their card. Lost library cards should be reported to the service desk immediately.

1,544 laptops borrowed
6 study pods
7,253 books borrowed
3 classrooms

Guest Computers

Visitors wishing to use a computer in the Blough-Weis Library have access to two designated "guest" computers to search the Susquehanna library catalog and its subscription databases. 

Internet access is restricted to these resources and is not available for general web browsing. Visitors are encouraged to contact the local public library for general internet access.

Visitors under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult.

The use of the guest computers may be revoked due to misuse or licensing issues.

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LibGuides

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Archives

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