Library Card Information
Need a Library Card?
A library card is your ticket to a portal into hundreds of thousands of different worlds and stories. Whether you're a voracious reader or you have a big reader in your family, a library card is a more affordable way to read all the books on your to-be-read (TBR) list!
How Do I Get a Library Card?
If you would like to get your own library card, you should stop by the Fullers Library information desk to talk to a librarian. If you are over the age of 15, you'll need two forms of identification that provide your full name and current address. Some of the most common types of identification include:
- A current driver's license or drivers permit
- A state identification card
- A school or college identification card
- A utility bill
- A bus pass with your address listed
- Car or other vehicle registration
If you aren't sure if your identification will work, you can always bring what you have to our information desk and check with a librarian to be sure you have everything you need. If you or a member of your family is under the age of 15 and would like to get their own library card, the child's parent or guardian must show their two forms of identification. Bring the underage child when picking up the card, so their library card can have their signature on it!
Library Card Policies
Any of the neighbors of Fullers Library who live in the surrounding town can use their library card to take out up to 99 items at once from our library. Each item can be checked out for three weeks, but if you haven't finished everything you checked out, you can renew your item for another three weeks to continue to work through your TBR pile!
Anybody in any of the surrounding counties around Fullers Library who has a valid library card from their local libraries can still check out books from Fullers Library! People with library cards from local libraries other than Fullers Library can only take out up to 50 items at one time. Like those with a Fullers Library card, people can still renew their items for another three weeks if they haven't finished their items.
Anybody who fails to return materials before their due date without contacting a librarian to renew is subject to a fine of 10 cents a day or $60 to replace a lost book.