Answered By: Heidi Webb Last Updated: Aug 30, 2017 Views: 880
Current ESF student, faculty, or staff member
Your default username is your ESF ID (employees) or SU NetID (students) and your default password is the first 9 digits on your ESF ID card (no dashes or spaces). Ignore the 10th digit.
New ESF student
You may have to wait until the upcoming semester is about to start to gain access to library resources.
If you are a new graduate or Ph.D. student and have begun your research between semesters, please contact the library at email@example.com and include your NetID (if you have one) and when you will start taking classes.
Only current faculty, students, and staff have access to most of ESF Libraries' resources when not on ESF's campus and field stations. You can visit Moon Library and ask for a guest pass to access materials or check out what resources your local library has available.
ESF Visiting Scholars or Instructors
Unfortunately, off campus access for visiting scholars and adjuncts is not automatic. Please send a request to library staff at firstname.lastname@example.org and include when you plan on leaving ESF and either who you are doing your research or what department you are teaching for.
ESF in the High School
Please use the username and password given to the ESFHS teacher by the Outreach office at ESF. Contact the library if you have any questions. High school students that are not enrolled in a college credit bearing ESF in the High School program can only access ESF library resources by visiting the library in person.
Syracuse University student, faculty, or staff member
Only ESF faculty, staff, and students can access ESF library resources when not on ESF's campus. The Syracuse University community can access SU's library at http://library.syr.edu. If SU does not have the item you want, but ESF does, you can request an Interlibrary Loan through SU Libraries or you can visit Moon Library in person.
Still Need Help?
If you are still having trouble please contact library staff at email@example.com.