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Getting Started: Library Services for International Students

Find library resources and the staff who will help you with your research.

Library Card

Your Campus Card is your Library Card. You need to show us your Campus Card when you want to borrow library materials.

To find out where and when you can get your Campus Card:

Your Library PIN allows you to:

  • check your library account
  • renew library items
  • place holds

Get your PIN here or ask for it at the Service Desk.


UFV libraries are NOW OPEN for the Fall 2021 semester

Please note that library staff are available to assist you online and in person. Check the Library’s blog and UFV’s Urgent News blog for the most current information.

Abbotsford Campus Library Service Desk
We can help you:
  • Borrow and return library items
  • Get your library PIN
  • Borrow headphones, USB drives, dry eraser markers, HDMI cables
  • Pick up Course Reserves
  • Inter-Library Loans
  • Search for dictionaries in the library
  • Find for a magazine or journal article
  • Citation help
  • Add money to your Campus Card
  • Get help finding information for your assignments and research projects
  • Pay Library fines




Help by Email or Chat Reference

Chat with us: online with a librarian and get answers to your questions.

AskAway is open year-round, but closes between semesters. Check the AskAway hours page for service times and dates.

Email a question to us: 

Email us your questions using our online form - we will answer the next business day.

Request an Appointment

Request an online appointment with a UFV librarian using our online form.  Requests must be made 3 days in advance.

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