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Services for alumni

Questions? Ask us!

As a ֱ graduate, you belong to an impressive alumni network. This network includes access to the Library in person and continued access to selected online resources - that we have licensed for alumni or that are open access - from anywhere in the world, even if you are no longer in Montreal. We invite you to access our resources to continue on your learning path.


Visit the Library

All members of the public are welcome to visit any of the Library's branches and use our print and electronic resources on-site.

Note: To access our e-resources and the internet on campus, you can with your own device or log into one of the computers in the Library using your .

To borrow books and other print materials from the Library, you canregister for a freeֱ Library Borrowing Card for Alumni.

E-resources for alumni

Alumni have online access to a selection of the Library's databases, e-journals, and e-books.

How to log in

In order to access Library e-resources, or log into the ֱ wireless network or Library computers, you'll be asked to sign in using your ֱ username (email address) and password.

If you don't have a ֱ username (first.last [at] mail.mcgill.ca) or yours is no longer active, .


ֱ student research legacy project

Share your student research project with the world, preserve it for posterity and for future generations to discover!

Did you know ֱ has over 5000 student projects and papers within its collection?These projects live in print form in the ֱ Library.To celebrate ֱ’s bicentennial, we want to share this student research with the world viaֱ’s institutional repository eScholarship. These papers were often course projects formasters programs in diverse programs such as social work, nursing, architecture, andmanagement among others. Curious? Check here to see if your paper is in the Library or to learn more about this project.


Events at the Library

The Library holds a number of free annual seminars and events, often in association with the Friends of the Library. These are designed to promote the Library within the broader ֱ and Montreal communities and illuminate the Library's rich collections against a vivid backdrop of Canadian history, culture and politics.

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