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Student Access: Home

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A Student Access account allows all Lee County students to use print and online materials from Lee County Public Libraries for free. Students will get full access to electronic materials, like e-books, audiobooks, and streaming videos, and up to 10 print items from the Library. Students will not be charged any fines or late fees.

Students have been automatically enrolled. To opt out of the program, a parent or guardian must fill out a waiver and return it to their school or public library. Program information, forms, and waivers are available HERE.

Students are able to check out up to 10 print materials at a time from the library. The checkout period is three weeks, with renewals available if the items are needed for longer. Students using the access program will not be subject to library fines or late fees.

The Library ID number is the same as the student's School ID number. A StudentAccess PIN is created from the last four digits of the School ID number. This PIN number may be required to access certain online resources through the library.

The State Library of North Carolina has webpage dedicated to Student Access information. This includes program instructions, MOA templates, data spreadsheet templates, opt-out letter templates, logos, and a sample newsletters.