The CSI Library is funded by student fees and is primarily for the use of CSI students, faculty and staff. CSI students must present their CSI identification card with the current semester's sticker to check out materials from the library. All students taking at least one class for credit are entitled to an identification card. These cards and current stickers may be obtained at the Matrix in the Taylor Building. Students must complete a CSI Library application form before checking out items. Forms must be completed at least once each semester and at any time when the student's address or contact information changes.
CSI staff, faculty, and administration may use their employee identification card as their library card to checkout materials from the library.
Extension students (BSU, ISU, U of I, NNU) who are taking classes on our campus and are on the list of students provided by each university will be given a library card valid for that semester. They must provide official picture identification when applying for a library card. Extension students must complete a CSI Library application form before checking out items. The form must be completed at least once each semester and at any time their address or contact information changes.
Any adult (over 18 years of age) residing in the eight counties ( Twin Falls, Jerome, Gooding, Cassia, Minidoka, Lincoln, Blaine and Elmore) served by CSI is eligible to apply for a CSI Library Courtesy Card. The applicant must present an official picture identification and official proof of address. Patrons must complete a CSI Library application form before checking out items. The form must be completed at each renewal of the card. The cost is $25 per year. Senior citizens (over 60) may obtain a courtesy card at no cost. Courtesy card holders are entitled to checkout privileges for books, DVDs, and CDs. Courtesy card holders may also request items through interlibrary loan.
The College of Southern Idaho Library expects library users to behave in a way that is conducive to learning and respectful of the needs of others. Students in the library are expected to act in accordance with Student Code of Conduct.
All cell phones must be set to manner mode. When receiving calls, please speak quietly or go to the lobby.
Only service animals are allowed in the library. The ADA defines a service animal as any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. The term service animal does not apply to personal pets.