The University of Kansas Libraries
KU Library Borrower Card (for Other Library Users)
The KU Library Borrower Card is sold to qualified individuals based on a determination of their eligibility as a Kansas resident, as student, faculty, or staff at a Kansas institution of higher learning, or as a participant in a program that includes library privileges.
The last 8 digits of the 16-digit number on the front of the KU Library Borrower Card are used as your library barcode number. The number starts with 6017 4303. Your barcode is the last 8 digits of the number. Enter the 8 digits with any leading zeros, but without dashes or spaces. For example, with a number of 6017 4303 0000 1234, you would use 00001234 as your library barcode, also called the patron barcode.
- Application Process for KU Library Borrower Card
- Borrower Card Prices
- Identification and Eligibility Requirements to Purchase KU Library Borrower Card
- Haskell Indian Nations University Students, Faculty, Staff
- Kansas Residents, Adults Age 18 and Older
- Kansas Residents, Minor Borrowers Under 18 Years Old
- Kansas School Group Students
- Kansas University Alumni Association Members
- Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Members
- Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program (OCLC)
- Students, Faculty, and Staff of the Kansas Board of Regents Institutions
- Students, Faculty, and Staff of the Other Kansas Institutions of Higher Learning (non-Kansas Board of Regents)
- Summer Camp Students and Staff
- Surviving Spouses of KU Emeritus and Retired Faculty
- UMKC Courtesy Card Program Participants
- Visiting Scholars
- Where and When to Purchase KU Library Borrower Cards
- Annual Renewal of KU Library Borrower Card
- Where is the KU Library Borrower Card accepted?
- Visitor Access Program for Printing and Copying in the KU Libraries