All students and staff must have their ID cards to use library services
The free CAVAL program allows Melbourne Polytechnic students and staff to borrow from other Victorian university and TAFE libraries. To obtain a CAVAL card, just visit a participating library and present your Melbourne Polytechnic student or staff card. Use your CAVAL card to borrow from any participating library.
To be eligible for a CAVAL Card, Melbourne Polytechnic students must be studying a course of 12 months duration and Cert IV or above.
As the CAVAL program is reciprocal with other Victorian tertiary Institutions, students from these institutes follow a similiar process and set of borrower guidelines.
Connect wirelessly to the internet anywhere on campus, with any device, for free!
Simply select the ‘wifi@mp’ network, type 's' and your student number and then your password.
Staff can login with their Melbourne Polytechnic username and password.
Each campus library has PCs and some have Macs with full internet access and a range of software available for use.
Black and white:
You need your ID card to use the printer.
Add credit to your ID card using the add value machines provided, or pay by card at the library desk ($5 minimum on EFTPOS/credit transactions).
Scan documents on the photocopier and send them directly to your email.
Available at Preston, Prahran, Epping, and Fairfield. Heidelberg, Greensborough and Collingwood students can purchase binding to be delivered to a campus with this service. There is a 48 turnaround on delivery.
Price includes a clear front cover and cardboard back cover.
Available at Preston, Prahran, Epping, and Fairfield.
Equipment for Loan
Availability varies by campus.