Answered By: Sarah Jenkins
Last Updated: Sep 20, 2023     Views: 18

If you are enrolled in a non-credit course or program at SMU such as CAPE (Continuing and Professional Education) or the Incubator@SMU program, you are welcome to visit Bridwell Library, Hamon Arts Library, Fondren Library, and Underwood Law Library. Some libraries have limited Public Access hours

Due to licensing restrictions, non-credit students do not have off-campus access to library resources. Many of our databases and ebooks are accessible on campus with guest wifi. You can connect to SMU guest wifi from your device inside the library.

If you want to check out materials, you may be eligible for a Guest Borrower Card or SMU Alumni Card. You can also receive borrowing privileges if you join Friends of SMU Libraries at the Associate Level or above.

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