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Important

External users, who have never had access to the PUG Library and all users (institutional or external), who didn't have the opportunity or need to have access to it during the last three years, must, before obtaining the Library ID card, participate to a guided tour of the Library.

 

Guided Tours

Library Reference Guide

Library Services Guide

Conditions of Access

User typology having access to the Library

Institutional Users: professors and students of the Pontifical Gregorian University (PUG)

External Users: ex students and ex professors of Gregorian University, professors and students of other universities (Church or state affiliated), as well as other academics and researchers.

Access cards typology

In order to use the Library and enjoy its services, both types of users must be in possession of a valid Library identity card.

For internal users, this ID card is the magnetic University ID card issued by the Segreteria Generale of the PUG.

For external users, the Library issues an ID card for a limited period of time, the cost of which depends upon the length of the period one intends to make use of the Library services.

The Library issues the following types of ID card for external users:

  • annual: September - July
  • quarterly
  • monthly
  • weekly
  • daily

Library ID card release to external users

The academic staff as well as students coming from "Pontificio Istituto Biblico" and "Pontificio Istituto Orientale" can obtain a free of charge ID card presenting a valid document as proof of belonging to one of the above institutions.

The academic staff of Ecclesiastical and State Universities, as well as students coming from Ecclesiastical Universities can obtain an ID card on the payment of a standard fee and the presentation of a valid document as proof of belonging to one of the above Institutions.

Professors and Graduate students of State Universities can get their ID card upon the payment of a standard fee and the presentation of a letter of recommendation; a professor or lecturer should specify the motives for granting access to the Library access and guarantee the validity of the research the student intends to accomplish.