Information for FedUni Alumni

You are welcome to visit the FedUni Library and utilise our facilities. The specific services available to you are in listed below.

Library membership

Just because you've left our University doesn't mean you lose the valuable resources of the University Library. Alumni Library membership allows you borrow library items and access selected electronic resources.

Visit the FedUni alumni Library membership page for further information and discount deals.

my Alumni Centre

my Alumni Centre gives you an opportunity to reunite with your fellow graduates, through an online system to:

  • Update your personal details
  • Search for other alumni
  • Apply for and renew your Alumni Library membership

Visit the my Alumni Center web page for further information.

Borrowing items

Borrowing guidelines for FedUni Alumni
  • 10 item borrowing limit
  • 14 day (2 week) borrowing period
  • 3 renewals

Alumni can borrow items from any FedUni campus library using their current Alumni Library membership. Apply or renew your Library membership today (pdf, 313kb).

Visit the Borrowing and membership page for more information.

Finding resources

Catalogue
  • DVDs
  • Videos
  • eBooks
  • Journals

Photocopying and printing

Photocopying services are available at the Mt Helen, Gippsland, SMB and Wimmera campus libraries. Photocopying must be done in accordance with copyright regulations.

Visit the Photocopying and printing page for more information, including pricing.

Locations

Mt Helen
  • E J Barker Library (Building L)
    University Drive
    Mt Helen VIC 3350
Gippsland
  • Building 1E
    Northways Road
    Churchill VIC 3842
SMB
  • E J T Tippett Building (Library)
    Lydiard Street South
    Ballarat VIC 3350
Wimmera
  • Learning Resource Centre (Building C)
    Baillie Street
    Horsham VIC 3402

Library queries for the Camp Street Campus should be directed to SMB Campus library, and Stawell and Ararat Campus queries to Wimmera Campus library.

Visit the Contact us page for further information.

Further information

Ask the Library or visit the Library 'how to' page for further information and assistance.