Answered By: Howard-Tilton Memorial Library Last Updated: Aug 17, 2020 Views: 1375
Tulane campus is closed to the public. A Tulane splash card is required to enter the library.
Anyone can use library materials while in Howard-Tilton. There are visitor computer stations (no login required) across from the Research Help Desk on the first floor, and a few public computers in the stacks on the second and third floors. Guests may ask at the Technology Services desk if they are eligible for temporary wireless access. Tulane uses eduroam for wifi access which many other schools around the worlds also use. If your school uses eduroam, you may access wifi using your school's full email address and password. Only Tulane affiliates may check out books or access electronic materials from off-campus. At 8:00 PM each night, access to the library will be limited to active Tulane affiliates and anyone with a Howard-Tilton Memorial Library borrowing card. Lusher and International High School students will not be allowed in the building after 8:00 PM. A Tulane ID or library borrowing card will be required for entry. At 1:00 AM each night, access to the library will be limited to active Tulane affiliates only. A Tulane ID will be required for entry after 1:00 AM. An officer will be available to assist with any problems, answer questions, and monitor new security cameras installed throughout the library building from a security desk at the entrance. See http://library.tulane.edu/visitors for more information.