Baltimore Academic Libraries Consortium
Use MICA I.D. card to borrow materials at these libraries.
- Baltimore Hebrew University - this collection is now part of the Towson University Library
- Goucher College
- Loyola/Notre Dame
- Morgan State University
- St. Mary's Seminary and University
- Towson University
- University of Baltimore - Langsdale Library only
Note: Langsdale limits hours for users from other schools to 8am – 7 pm Mon-Thu, 8am – 6pm Fri and 10am – 7pm Sat/Sun during regular semesters.
- University of Maryland, Baltimore County
- Stevenson University - formerly Villa Julie College
Johns Hopkins University - Johns Hopkins University extends borrowing privileges to MICA faculty and graduate and post-bac students only. Interested MICA people must first visit the Decker Library Circulation desk to have a registration form completed by Circulation staff to take to the JHU Library. The privilege applies only to the Eisenhower Library on the Homewood Campus.
One can enter the Eisenhower Library by presenting a photo ID card between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. After 8 p.m., one must show an academic ID (i.e., a MICA ID).
Computer use within seated computer labs at the Eisenhower Library is restricted to those with borrowing privileges and requires registration at their Circulation Desk between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Stand-up computers throughout the library are available for use by all visitors, and contain the same resources as the seated computers.
NOTE: JHU limits access to the library during their mid-term and final exam periods. During those times, visitors can only use the library from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. This includes a "reading week" prior to their final exam week. During all other times, a valid JHU ID is required for entrance. See the JHU Academic Calendar.
Take I.D. card and proof of local address to register for borrowing card at local public libraries.
- Baltimore County Library
- Enoch Pratt Free Library
- Library of Congress
- Sailor: Maryland's Public Information Network
Other Local Libraries
No borrowing privileges; can visit to use collections onsite (take I.D. card), or request Interlibrary Loan, if available.