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EFSC Library Account & Card Information

The Library's My Account feature allows you to view your library account information online, including:

  • See a list of materials you currently have checked out
  • Renew items
  • View library fines or fees
  • View requested items

To access your Library Account:

  1. Visit the Library Account Log-in Page
  2. If needed, select your college from the drop down menu.
  3. Enter your Borrower ID. Borrower ID is your EFSC Student ID Number (example: B00999999)
  4. PIN/Password is your birthdate MMDDYY (last two digits of birth year for YY
  5. Log-in or My Library Account links are also available from within the Library Search Tool

How to obtain a Library Card

Library Card ImageEastern Florida State College students, faculty, staff and community patrons must get their EFSC Photo Identification Card, which also serves as a Library Card, at a campus security office. Campus security offices also distribute parking decals and bus stickers.

Effective September 3, 2018, all Community Patrons will have to apply for a Community Patron Library Card. For information about obtaining an ID or library card, please visit this campus security office web page.

 An EFSC ID card is required to check out library materials. The Library will accept a state-issued ID one time only in lieu of the ID card. Borrowers are responsible for all materials checked out on their account.

You do not need the card to log-in to EFSC library eResources. Enter your B number in the "Borrower ID" field (example: B00999999) and your six-digit birth date as the PIN for access. Log-in Help.