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Spring Regular Hours
Mon-Thurs 7:45am - 9:00pm
Friday 7:45am - 5:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday Closed
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The CMC is closed during semester breaks, holidays and football game day.

Education Complex, ED 194
P.O. Box 162666
Orlando, FL 32816-2666
Phone: (407) 823-2791
Fax: (407) 823-3984

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UCF Libraries Special Borrower Card - Privileges for Florida PreK-12 Teachers

The CMC collections are open to public and anyone from the the community may use the library. To support and facilitate the teaching and research interests of Florida educators, the University of Central Florida Libraries will waive the Special Borrower card fee for Florida preK-12 teachers*.  Florida PreK-12 teachers may receive a green-category Special Borrower card in accordance with the following procedures:

  1. Florida PreK-12 teachers must present a letter from the teacher's principal stating that the teacher is employed by the school. The letter must be on school letterhead and signed by the teacher's principal**.  The letter must be brought to the Circulation Desk of the UCF Library for approval prior to privileges being granted.

  2. The teacher must read and understand the UCF Library's borrowing policies and sign an agreement to abide by these policies; this includes meeting due dates and being responsible for any fines and fees incurred.

When using the Special Borrower card, the teacher will be required to show a picture ID (such as a driver's license). The borrowing card is non-transferable. Borrowing privileges will run through the academic year (August through July) or the portion remaining at the time of application. Patrons holding a green Special Borrower card may check out UCF Library circulating materials for three weeks, including items in the Curriculum Materials Center collections. Borrowers are responsible for overdue fines and replacement costs of lost or damaged materials. Interlibrary loans may be obtained through the public library or through InfoSource, a fee-based UCF Library service. All Special Borrower cards are non-transferable. Due to licensing agreements, off-campus access to most library-subscribed databases is unavailable to community patrons.

*To clarify, Florida PreK-12 teachers include, but are not necessarily limited to, the following persons:  public school teachers, private school teachers, charter school teachers, and home schooling teachers.  ** Home schooling teachers must present a letter signed by their Home Education District Contact, Home Education Program, Florida Department of Education.


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