The library's services are now online. Though our buildings are open, we do not offer in-person public service at this time, except for pre-arranged appointments. Appointments are made to pick-up library material (which you can order through our catalogue), your KPU Card, or to pickup/drop off a student laptop.
Each of our library locations have very limited study space and computer/photocopier/printer access.
Check out KPU Library COVID-19 Response Guide for up to date information about changes to library services.
If you need assistance or want to ask a question, you can chat, call, text or email us.
The library is where your KPU Card is issued. You use your KPU Card to:
To get your card, submit an online card application. You will need to make an appointment to pick up your card once it is ready. To manage the number of people who come into the library, we ask that students only apply for your card if you need it. If you don't plan to visit campus during COVID, you may not need it!
Applying to KPU: Visit Future Students.
Registering for classes, fee payments, etc: Visit Student Enrolment Services.
Compass cards, medical coverage or other Kwantlen Student Association related services: Visit Kwantlen Student Association.
Lost or stolen items: Visit your campus Security Office.
More questions? Look at the rest of this New Student Guide (see more subject tabs at the top), try the Library's FAQ database, or just ask.
Your wellness is important! KPU and the KSA (Kwantlen Student Association) has lots of resources for students to support a healthy and supportive lifestyle.
The Library has a Wellness Collection housed at Surrey Campus Library designed to provide KPU students and staff with a selection of books related to wellness.