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As a convenience to library patrons, the MSU and University of Alabama libraries have established a reciprocal agreement that allows students, faculty and staff to borrow materials from each institution. Circulation policies are set by each institution, but MSU library patrons may show valid college identification and be allowed to check out materials from several libraries on the Tuscaloosa campus, said Stephen Cunetto, system administrator for the MSU Libraries. Included are the institutions anchor library, the Amelia Gayle Gorgas, as well as the Angelo Bruno business library, the McLure education library, and the Eric and Sarah Rodgers library for science and engineering. Each library system ensures compliance with its own policies and collects any fines owed, Cunetto added.



About MSU Libraries:

Mississippi State University Libraries is a premier research library providing its communities of users an ongoing, creative, technologically advanced library program that provides new and emerging technologies; enhances and inspires teaching, research, and service of the highest caliber in an environment of free and open inquiry and with a commitment to excellence. For more information about MSU Libraries, please visit http://library.msstate.edu/ .

MSU, Mississippi's flagship research university, is online at www.msstate.edu.