Rod Library, photo by Elaine Chen
NEAR OR FAR: Rod Library is committed to giving UNI distance learners access to the Library's print and electronic collections in a timely manner so that students can successfully complete course assignments and university degrees without having to travel to campus.
In order to receive Rod Library's extra document delivery services for distance learners, you must be taking a class through the Continuing Education and Special Services Division. All currently enrolled UNI students are able to access Rod Library's licensed databases from off campus.
All currently enrolled distance learners receive a brochure summarizing library services and a University ID card (per request) from the Division of Continuing Education and Special Programs (Guided Independent Study students receive a letter with their university ID number instead of a UNI ID card). This website provides information about how to access library resources and how to request books, articles, and help.
OFF-CAMPUS ACCESS: To ensure access to all of the licensed library resources when you are off-campus and using OneSearch!, sign into the “Hello Guest. Login for full access” link found above the purple tool bar at the top of the OneSearch! page. Your CatID credentials are used for off-campus access into licensed library resources. See "What is my CatID?”for more information.
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Cedar Falls/Waterloo Metropolitan Area
Listing of Towns and Cities
If you live within 20 miles from the Cedar Falls/Waterloo metropolitan area, you are as close to Rod Library as many of the on-campus students. The extra document delivery services for distance learners has been set up to help students who rarely travel to campus. If you live in one of the cities or towns listed below, you are considered within the Cedar Falls/Waterloo metropolitan area and don't qualify to receive the extra document delivery services.
- Cedar Falls
- Eagle Center
- Elk Run Hts.
- La Porte City
- New Hartford
- Shell Rock