As part of the USF response to COVID-19, USF St. Petersburg Library is closed. Please check back regularly for updates.
Please use the following page to stay updated on library services and resources related to the Coronavirus and remote learning:
USFSP Library Continuity Guide: Resources for Remote Learning
USFSP Library Services Listing
Study room keys may be checked out at the service desk with a current USF ID card.
Faculty, staff, and students may renew most materials online.
Through Interlibrary loan (ILL), you may request books and articles that are not available from Poynter Library and the USF System.
Make an appointment with a librarian for in-depth research help.
Service provides virtual reference assistance, online Monday - Thursday 9am-6pm and Friday 9am-5pm.
The Library provides assistance for online course creation and delivery and AV support in campus classrooms.
To gain access to USF's subscription electronic collections when you are not on campus, log into your NetID account.
Instructors place items such as textbooks, study guides, media and supplemental resources on Course Reserve for the benefit of their students.
Hold requests may be placed online for library materials that are currently checked out.
The Library offers both Dell and Apple wireless laptops for USF students, adjunct faculty, and staff use.
Use this form to request a reservation of a Library space. Spaces include Poynter Corner, cafe area, general first floor, and other locations.
Faculty, staff and students can refer to this full listing to locate library service forms for various requests.
The Nelson Poynter Memorial Library at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg offers the following library services to current members of the USF Alumni Association.
The wireless network allows easy access to library catalogs, databases and the Internet through one of three wireless networks, USF, USF-GOLD, or EDUROAM.
The Center provides an academic computing helpdesk, assistance and training in course-related software, a digital makerspace, and a MyStudio video booth.
The library staff can usually respond to requests for brief assistance, and provides technology for assistive needs.