How do I get a barcode for my library?

How do I get a barcode for my library?

Your library barcode is located on the front of your library card and is 14 digits long. In most cases, your PIN is the last four digits of your telephone number. Please contact your local library if you do not remember your PIN.

What is my library barcode?

Every registered library borrower is assigned a unique 14-digit barcode that identifies him or her in the library computer system (for example, 21222005012345). This barcode is located on the front of your University ID (or on the back of older ID’s).

How long do NYPL cards last?

every three years
All adult, teen and child library cards for cardholders in the NY Metro area and NY State expire and must be renewed every three years. New library card applicants who applied for a card online must validate their card before full cardholder privileges can be extended.

What is my library barcode QMUL?

Your Library barcode is your library account number. You will find it on the front of your Queen Mary ID card. It is a 10 digit number starting with ‘023…’. If you are a student who does not have an ID card you can also find the barcode number on MySIS.

What is a library ID?

Answer: Your library card number (also called your patron ID or account number) is the 14-digit number found on your library card, near the barcode.

Can you return NYPL books to any branch?

The Library offers universal returns – most circulating material (such as books and DVDs) can be returned to any open New York Public Library location in the Bronx, Manhattan or Staten Island, except the Schomburg Center and The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building.

Are the NYPL open?

Our branches are still open and offering general library use and seating, unlimited browsing, laptop and computer access, and more. Find an open location near you. PLEASE NOTE: Masks are required for people ages two and up at all NYPL locations.

How does a library card help you?

Library card holders can check out way more than just books: many libraries also offer free access to streaming video and music as well as online versions of your favorite magazines and newspapers. These resources are great for staying entertained and can save you big money on media subscription fees.