I don't have a library barcode. How do I get one? Last Updated: Jul 25, 2018 Views: 74
Your Truxal library card allows you to borrow materials from the library and to access the library's online resources when you're not on campus.
Use your AACC photo ID
An AACC photo ID card works as a Truxal library card. Students, faculty, and staff can get a college ID from the bookstore on the Arnold campus or at Arundel Mills. When accessing online library resources from home, you'll be prompted to provide your library card number – just enter the number below the barcode on the back of your ID card and you're in!
To borrow books or other hard-copy materials, bring your ID card to the circulation desk on the second floor of the library and staff will scan the barcode to start your borrowing privileges.
Get a Truxal library card
If you're a county resident, if you attend another college, or if you don't have an AACC photo ID, visit the circulation desk to get a Truxal library card. Please bring a valid, government-issued ID with showing your current address. (Possible forms of identification are a Maryland driver's license, MVA identification card, or military ID.)
Apply for a library card online
Distance learning students, faculty, and staff can use the online library card application. Please allow up to 1 business day for your request to be processed. You will receive your library card number at your AACC email address (not your Canvas inbox) and a Truxal library card will be sent by mail (interoffice mail for staff and full-time faculty).