students, faculty and staff
Joseph's College on-campus students, faculty, and staff members have ID cards
that also serve as library cards. To check out items, you must present your SJC ID card at the circulation desk.
items from other libraries in MINERVA and MaineCat, check your
library record and renew materials in MINERVA, and download audiobooks and/or
ebooks from the Maine InfoNet Download Library, you will need your library
barcode/card number (the 14-digit number starting with 21912 at the bottom of
your SJC ID). You may also get your library barcode/card number by logging
on to Web Srvc/Campus Cafe.
need your library barcode/card number if
you have borrowed physical books from the Wellehan Library and want to view
your library record in MINERVA or want to download
audiobooks and/or ebooks from the Maine InfoNet Download Library. Your library barcode/card number may
be found by logging on to Web Srvc/Campus Cafe (it's a 14-digit number starting with 21912).
family members of faculty and staff
collections of the Wellehan Library are intended primarily to support the
students, faculty, and staff of Saint Joseph’s College. However, immediate
family members of College faculty and staff may request free Wellehan Library
courtesy cards. Immediate family members are defined as spouses and
children age 18 or those who reside at the same address as the SJC faculty or
alumnus/alumna of Saint Joseph's College who resides in the local area can be a
patron of the Wellehan Library. You will need to present your SJC alumni ID
card* to a staff member at the circulation desk and provide current contact
information (mailing address, telephone number, and e-mail address).
an ID card, please visit the Alumni Office on the first floor of Xavier Hall.
Permanent residents of Standish and Windham who are age 18 or over may
request free Wellehan Library courtesy cards. Valid photo ID and proof of
current mailing address are required. Acceptable forms of photo ID are:
driver's license, state ID card, passport, military ID, school ID, or employment
ID. Proof of current mailing address may consist of a rent receipt, a utility
bill, a tax bill, or a piece of mail recently received.