Library Personal Identification Number (PIN)
When viewing your record or placing a request for library materials from a computer, it is necessary to have both your library card number and a personal identification number (PIN). The purpose of the PIN is to ensure the privacy and security of your library patron record.
The PIN is any combination of letters and/or numbers that you choose; choose something that will be easy for you to remember. Your PIN must be at least three numbers and/or letters in length.
If you do not already have a PIN and you are attempting to request library materials, you will be prompted to create a PIN. You will be asked to enter it twice and it will become your PIN for future use.
If you forget your PIN, contact the staff at your local branch or the Circulation Services Department. Because your PIN is encrypted, staff are unable to retrieve it for you. Your old PIN will be deleted and you'll need to create a new one.