I am a student at Open Universities Australia (OUA). How do I get library membership?

Question:

I am a student at Open Universities Australia (OUA). How do I get library membership?

Answer:

As Macquarie OUA units are taught online, we've ensured that all the essential readings are available through Macquarie's electronic part of the library, or within your set texts.


Should you wish to read more broadly, you can make contact with a library in your region and arrange borrowing rights. Most university libraries have an agreement for example to allow students of other universities to borrow from them for a small annual fee.


While you are enrolled in Macquarie University OUA units, you may borrow books from the university library free of charge if you are able to come to the campus library in person.


If you are an OUA student not currently undertaking any Macquarie units, you can apply to join the library as an Associate Borrower, and will pay the appropriate fee.


OUA students registered in a BArts, BSecurity Studies or PG OUA degree at Macquarie will be eligible for Distance Education services. See the Library website for details (link Below).


 For any enquiries about the library and borrowing, please click here to go to the library website. Alternatively, you may choose to submit an online enquiry via askMQ.