For information about how to access library services and our response to COVID-19 visit our current library services page.

Information for community members

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

Library membership

Infolink is our community borrower membership program. It enables people who are not FedUni staff or students, or eligible for membership through the reciprocal borrowing schemes, to borrow from the FedUni Library.

Please note that membership does not include access to the internet or other electronic resources.

Visit the Non-FedUni staff and students page for membership and fee details.

Borrowing items

Borrowing guidelines for community members

  Maximum no.
of items
Number of
Infolink (Community) borrower 10 14 days
(2 weeks)

Provided no hold(s) have been placed on the item(s), and you have no long overdue items, the items you have borrowed will be automatically renewed. You can check the status of your loans anytime via your My Library login.

If you need assistance, get in touch with our InfoPoint team:

Finding resources

You can access a range of physical resources held at our Campus libraries.  Use FedUni QuickSearch to search for physical resources, open access journal articles and FedUni research of interest, or ask our friendly Library staff for help

Photocopying and printing

Photocopying and printing services are available at all our Campus libraries.  Photocopying must be done in accordance with copyright regulations.


Mt Helen

E J Barker Library (Building L)
University Drive
Mt Helen VIC 3350


Building 1E
Northways Road
Churchill VIC 3842


Library, Building 901
Clyde Road
Berwick VIC 3806


E J T Tippett Building (Library)
Lydiard Street South
Ballarat VIC 3350


Learning Resource Centre (Building C)
Baillie Street
Horsham VIC 3402

Library queries for the Camp Street Campus should be directed to SMB Campus library.

Visit the Contact us page for further information.

Further information

Ask the Library or visit the Library 101 page for further information and assistance.