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Fall 2021: Changes to Access to Online Library Resources

  • Due to changes in authentication, the Off Campus Access page has been eliminated. You no longer need to log in via the Off Campus Access button or page; instead, when accessing library resources via the Library Catalog or website, you will be prompted to authenticate by logging in at that time, not before. 

  • More information on accessing online licensed library resources and help with troubleshooting problems is available at the Access Library Resources : FAQs.

Contact UC Libraries




  • CHAT - Available Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm. CHAT is unavailable when the libraries are closed for holidays or breaks.
  • Ask A Reference Question - Need help with locating resources, or help with a topic? Contact a Librarian for assistance.
  • Ask A Circulation Question- Have a question about circulation: renewals, fines, borrowing- ask here.
  • Ask A Question/ Submit Feedback- We welcome your input and suggestions. Drop us a note using this form.
  • Report a Website Error/Suggestion – UC patrons, please use this form to notify web editors of erroneous or broken links/information or to suggest website edits.
    • Patrons outside of UC please use this form.
  • Report An E-Resource Error -Use this form to report an error accessing an e-resource.



    Additional Contact Information

    Research support is provided in-person and virtually (via chat, email or online form). For general questions about hours, services, support or library resource access issues, please email the UCBA Library.

    Contact the Clermont College Library for more information on its services, resources, and amentities for students, faculty, and staff.

    Complete the form to schedule a consultation or get help with research from a librarian. A law library faculty member will generally be available to get back to you Monday - Friday 9am - Noon and 1pm - 5pm. Note that there may be delays during busy times. Librarians can facilitate use of the library, but cannot give legal advice. They can help patrons identify relevant materials and show them how to use library resources effectively. A librarian may not answer questions concerning the interpretation of the law, which law applies, or the application of law to any particular case.

    Staff Directory

    Contact the appropriate staff member, department or service via email using this list: