Getting into the building: Beginning early Fall 2015, students, faculty, and staff will need to use their Osprey1Card to enter and exit the library building. This will provide additional security to patrons. If you forget your card, you will need to stop at the desk near the door to sign in.
Getting access online: All currently enrolled students, faculty and staff can access library resources anywhere, even off campus, as long as you have an internet connection. Log into the campus network from the library homepage. Click My Accounts then Remote Log In. See below for more info.
If you are off campus, you must log in to access online resources such as e-books, research databases, RefWorks, and ILL. Log into the library from the home page (My Account) using your N# and 15+ character password.
Need to change or reset your password? Click the link below.
Welcome to your library! This guide is designed to help those who are new to UNF learn about and explore the library and its resources. It is recommended that you start by checking out each tab, then go back to any that are of interest for your needs.
Some information about the Thomas G. Carpenter Library:
In addition to off-campus access to resources through remote log in, the Carpenter Library is committed to providing access to all users inside the Library building, regardless of ability/disability. Check out the campus Disability Resource Center for UNF-wide accommodations.
Want to take a tour of the Library? Do you need help collecting and evaluating resources for a project or paper? Finished your paper and now you have to cite sources in that special way the professor said to use? Turn to your friendly librarians & library staff. We will be glad to help you navigate the library and its resources.