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Borrowing at YukonU Library

Check how to get a library account, borrowing conditions, fines & fees, and more.

Student

  • All student accounts are automatically created and remain active while the student is enrolled at YukonU.
  • Start and end dates applied to library accounts are determined by the dates indicated in the students’ Banner accounts (course start and end dates).

Employee

  • All employee accounts are automatically created and remain valid until the termination date of the employee's contract with the University.

Retiree

  • Retiree accounts will start when their status is changed to "retiree" in Banner and account expiration date is set by HR.

Alumni

Alumni accounts are not available because there is no public access to Yukon University at this time.

  • Former students of YukonU may request an alumnus account directly to library staff.
  • Accounts are valid for 1 year upon completion of a credited course or program.

Visiting researcher

  • Visiting researchers must show proof of affiliation with an academic institution (university/college) in Canada or Alaska.
    • Account expire date will be based on research permit issued by Yukon Government.
    • Accounts are created manually by library staff upon request.

Visiting student

  • Visiting students must show valid proof of affiliation (e.g. current student ID) with an academic institution (university/college) in Canada or Alaska.
  • Accounts are valid for one term.

Public

Public patron accounts are not available because there is no public access to Yukon University at this time.

  • Yukon residents may purchase a one-year library account for a $50.00 fee.
  • Yukoners may also access the Yukon University book collection using inter-library loans through Yukon Public Libraries.
  • Due to strict licensing conditions remote access to Yukon University electronic resources is not available.