Services for Visitors
The UW-Green Bay Libraries welcome visitors to use our collections and resources. While on campus, you can browse our stacks and use our visitor-designated computer stations. While visiting the library, you can search our databases from a campus computer. These databases are not accessible from off-campus unless you are a UW-Green Bay student, faculty, or staff member. All visitors are expected to follow building policies.
You may check out books and other materials if you are an adult residing in Wisconsin (using a free NEW ERA card) or if you work or attend another UW System school.
NEW ERA (Northeast Wisconsin Educational Resource Alliance)
Persons 18 years or older residing in Wisconsin can apply for a free NEW ERA library card by presenting a valid Wisconsin picture ID or driver's license and proof of a current address. Cards are valid for one year from the application date. After one year, cards can be renewed by contacting the Libraries. Your NEW ERA card allows you to check out up to 10 books at any one time. Items typically check out for 28 days and can be renewed twice unless requested by another patron. Acceptable proofs of address include:
- State issued photo ID with current name and address listed
- Posted mail with your current name
- Utility Bill
- Lease or other housing Agreement
- Voter Registration Card
- College Enrollment Papers
- A check with your printed name and address
- Bank Statement
- Opting to receive your card in the mail
As a NEW ERA member, you are able to use your card at any of the following NEW ERA member libraries: College of Menominee Nation, Fox Valley Technical College, Lakeshore Technical College, Moraine Park Technical College, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, UW Oshkosh (Oshkosh, Fond du Lac and Fox Cities campuses).
UW Students, Faculty, or Staff
If you work at or attend another UW campus, you may check out materials at our libraries using your UW ID. You may also use the Get It service through Search@UW to request UW-Green Bay items to be delivered to your home UW library for your use.
For more information about printing, see Printers, Copiers & Technology.