Yes. The two accounts are not connected and in no way affect one another.
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Free library accounts automatically created for all Iredell County students enrolled in public or charter schools.
No fines or late fees! Students are solely responsible for lost or damaged items.
Students have access to up to 25 library materials, plus eBooks and eAudiobooksthrough Overdrive, and a plethora of online library resources.
Nothing. Students and teachers in any public or charter school in Iredell County automatically have StudentAccess accounts they can use through their student ID numbers
Use your student ID number for the barcode and the last four digits of the student ID number as your PIN.
You can only have 25 print or audio library items checked out on these accounts at any one time. Also, you can't request items from NC Cardinal libraries via resource sharing.
Students can access eBooks and eAudiobooks and magazines through Overdrive, stream videos through the Just for Kids Streaming Collection, and access online databases including Learning Express Library, NCLive, and much more.
Most books check out for 28 days at a time, with the option for three automatic renewals barring other holds on the item. All check out policies will be the same on these accounts as they would be on regular ICPL cards.
Yes. The student ID number and pin will log them into library computers just as a regular library card can.
Yes. Students can log in via the ICPL website with their student ID number and pin to view the items checked out on their account, as well as to renew or request items.
No. Even though the items on the account will appear overdue, no fines should be accumulating on the account. However, if an item is lost or damaged the cost of the item will be attached to the student's account barring them from use until the item is returned or the cost is paid.
Students will be permitted to renew items up to three times. After the due date of the final renewal, students will have 90 days to return the item before it gets marked as lost.
Yes. A parent or guardian simply needs to complete an opt-out form and return it to their local library branch or school. Forms are available at either the library or their school.