Community and Alumni Users


In addition to serving current Rollins faculty, staff, and students, the Olin Library provides services to alumni and members of the community.

Guest Printing for Alumni, Community Users, and Other Guests


Guests of the library are able to print and make photocopies, but must pay a small fee per page.  Prints can be picked up at the Checkout and Reserves Desk during normal building hours.  Color printing is not available for guests.  Prices per page for printing are $0.10 f0r single-sided prints, and $0.15 for double-sided.

For Archives photo and document duplication fees, see the Archives and Special Collections policies.

Alumni


Members of the Alumni Association can buy a community borrowers card from the Circulation Desk for the reduced rate of $25 per year, call 407-646-2521 for more information. This card will enable you to borrow books from the library.Community borrowing cards do not enable alumni to access our online resources from off campus.

Our licenses with the vendors who provide these databases are restricted to current students and employees of the College. Alumni are welcome to use the Olin Library facility, to use the print collection in the building, and can use most online resources while in the Olin Library.

Certain resources (lab computers, room booking, and 24 hour access) are restricted to current students, faculty, and employees only. Alumni interested in researching or revisiting their time at Rollins are welcome to contact our Special Collections & Archives staff.

Community Users


We welcome people who are not members of the Rollins community. The Olin Library is open to the public during regular business hours. Members of the public, unaffiliated researchers, high school students, etc. are all welcome. You can buy a community borrowers card from the Circulation Desk for just $50 per year, call 407-646-2521 for more information.

This card will enable you to borrow books from the library. Community borrowing cards do not enable users to access our online resources from off campus. Our licenses with the vendors who provide these databases are restricted to current students and employees of the College.

Members of the public are welcome to use the Olin Library facility, to use the print collection in the building, and can use most online resources while in the Olin Library. However, our primary mission is to serve the Rollins community. If necessary we reserve the right to ask unaffiliated users to vacate rooms and limit their use of computing resources during busy times. Certain resources (lab computers, room booking, and 24 hour access) are restricted to current students, faculty, and employees only. Members of the public interested in researching local history  should contact our Special Collections Archives staff.