About Centennial Campus
Centennial Campus is a mixed-use university research park affiliated with North Carolina State University. Among other benefits, employees of Centennial Campus partner organizations ("partners") are able to use the NCSU Libraries.
Partners have access to the NCSU Libraries' resources and services, both physically and electronically.
Not all of our electronic resources are remotely available to partners, in accordance with the licenses governing each resource. These resources are available if retrieved on a library computer at D.H. Hill Library, the James B. Hunt Jr. Library, or one of our other branches. Additionally, document delivery can be used as alternative means of obtaining materials in our collection.
Creating and Managing an Account
To access NCSU Libraries resources and services, partners must first obtain an AllCampus Card from NC State. In addition to its other uses, the AllCampus Card serves as the partner's library card.
Next, partners must register with the NCSU Libraries. To do so, either visit the Hunt Library in person, call 515-7110, or send an e-mail to email@example.com. You will need to provide your name, the nine-digit number on your AllCampus Card (the number beside your picture, not the number at bottom left — it should start with "811" or "100"), your work e-mail and telephone number, your mailing address, and the name of the Centennial Campus-based organization with which you're affiliated. This registration needs to be updated on a year-to-year basis.
If you would like to have materials delivered to the Hunt Library on Centennial Campus, you can set that preference when you log into the Tripsaver document delivery service for the first time.
Remote Use of Electronic Resources
Once you are registered, you will be able to use NCSU Libraries resources online via the Libraries' website, as well as manage your library account. Before you can access a library resource, you will be prompted to log in with your credentials. For the purposes of this login, your Affiliation Status is "NCSU Libraries Patron," your Borrower ID is the nine-digit number on your AllCampus Card (the number beside your picture, not the number at bottom left — it should start with "811" or "100"), and your PIN is the last four digits of that same number. If your library account was created prior to 2004, your PIN will be the last four digits of your Social Security Number.