Weber State University and the Stewart Library values their role as a community provider. As such, the Stewart Library welcomes community patrons and offers many of the same resources and services to our community patrons as we do for our University's faculty, students, and staff.
Browsing and Access
Our entire local library collection is accessible to community patrons for in-house use. In-house computer access to most of the the library's extensive electronic resources are available to community patrons as-well. See "Computer Access" for more details.
Community patrons may procure a "Community Library Card" free of charge. This card will grant the patron rights to check-out up to 10 items from the library. The card is good for one year before it expires and must be renewed with current contact info yearly. A valid driver’s license, state ID, passport, or military ID is required to receive a community account, and users under 18 years of age must have a parent/guardian present with their ID to get a community card.
For more information on Community Library Cards, please contact the Circulation Desk at the Stewart Library.
Community patrons may use the computing resources in the Stewart Library by visiting the Reference Desk to obtain a temporary community log-on that will grant full access to the library's computing resources for up to three hours a day. A government issued photo identification is needed to receive temporary computer access.
Weber State University offers free guest Wifi across the entire campus. Visitors who wish to use this free Wifi should select the "WSU Guest" network from the list of available WiFi networks.
Cash Printing - service is temporarily unavailable
Cash payments are accepted for printing charges. Community patrons will need to go to the Circulation Services Desk to pay for and receive their printed documents.
All of the library's policies apply equally to community patrons as they do to University affiliated patrons. All patrons of the library are expected to familiarize themselves with the Library's service policies and abide by them.
Call Circulation Services at (801) 626-6545 or email at email@example.com.