Students, login using your student ID number. If you don't know it, it's located in your student registration system.
Faculty and Staff- if you have a library card, you can use your barcode number. If not, we can create a number for you.
You will need to create a PIN to login in, along with using your number. Set one up here.
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A PIN is just the passcode you will create to login to the library resources.
To set it up the first time, enter your barcode (or Student ID). Leave the PIN field blank & Click Submit.
Two PIN fields will display. This is your opportunity to create an 8-12 alpha-numeric character PIN number.
It must contain both alpha and numeric characters (for example, 2021berkeley)
Forgot your PIN? Use the link to be sent a retrieval email.
To set up or renew your UC-Berkeley library card:
GTU students, faculty, staff, and visiting scholars can request to set-up new library account or renew existing one in person or remotely in order to check out physical items from the UC-Berkeley libraries.
You can either go to the Privileges Desk inside of Doe Library at the UC-Berkeley campus or email the privileges desk - firstname.lastname@example.org - with the following information:
- full legal name (including middle name if you have one),
- preferred name if different,
- mailing address,
- telephone number,
- proof of current enrollment or employment at GTU.
GTU Students - a screen shot of your current class schedule from Moodle or your registration system will work.
Faculty/staff - a letter from your department/school verifying your current appointment or a screen shot of your GTU employee payroll portal showing your name and title/appointment.
GTU officially approved Visiting Scholars- please provide the letter from the Dean with your status and dates
If you are renewing an existing account, please include your current library card number.
Please note: this service is not available to community patrons, alumni, ATLA reciprocal borrowers, or other categories of cardholders, but borrowing cards can be purchased from UC-Berkeley directly.
The Flora Lamson Hewlett Library in Berkeley, together with our branch library at San Francisco Theological Seminary in San Anselmo, offer a rich array of programs, services, and resources to support the study and research needs of the more than 20 member schools, academic centers, and affiliates that comprise the GTU.