If you are registered for UC San Diego Libraries borrowing privileges, you can access your Library account via ROGER. Here, you may view your address information for accuracy, see if an item you requested has arrived, and if applicable, renew library material.
Password/PIN: The first time you access your record, you will be asked to create a password. You may use any combination of letters and numbers. Passwords are not case sensitive. If you forget your password, please contact any one of the UC San Diego Libraries circulation desks and ask to have your password deleted. You will then need to create a new one the next time you attempt to view your record.
Messages: You may see the following messages while viewing your circulation record:
|If you see this message.....||Then.....|
|TOO SOON TO RENEW||Renew item at a later date|
|TOO MANY RENEWALS||Maximum number of renewals reached|
|ON HOLD||Return designated item by due date|
|RECALLED||Return designated item by due date|
|BILLED||Return designated item immediately|
|CL RETD (Claimed return)||Check with owning library for an update|
|MISSING||Contact the owning library|
If you have any questions regarding your circulation record, please contact any UC San Diego Libraries circulation desk.
All library users are responsible for providing the library with current mailing addresses. UC San Diego students can maintain current mailing addresses in their TritonLink records. UC San Diego Faculty and Staff can maintain current mailing addresses in the campus directory. Non-UCSD borrowers can report changes in person or over the telephone to any UC San Diego Libraries circulation desk.