Welcome Jefferson Alumni!
Use this page as your link to AISR's resources for Alumni of Thomas Jefferson University.
AISR Services for Alumni at the Library
Visiting the library, borrowing material, using computers, taking
workshops, media services, and more. When you visit in person, you'll have access to electronic journals and most databases.
Campus directories and indexes.
Available to Alumni Off Campus
PubMed, image databases, and more. Databases listed as "free
to all users" on JEFFLINE's List of All Databases are available
to alumni. If what you want isn't on the list, consider a personal
Most popular database: PubMed for Public Access
PubMed's tabbed results show which articles are free on the Internet and which are available to qualified users in the Scott Library collections.
Journals Available to Alumni Off Campus
Titles listed as "free journals" or "free archives"
on JEFFLINE's journal page are available to alumni.
||Document Delivery Service
Order photocopies of items owned by Scott Library to be mailed
or faxed directly to you for a nominal fee.
||What's New on JEFFLINE?
Subscribe to our free blog to keep in touch with
academic news and articles about new services & material
||Subject Guides: JEFFSelects
Use our collection of topical Internet resources as your online reference collection.
Use the free AskaLibrarian@jefferson.edu email and IM service to ask questions about your Library
privileges, Jefferson resources, or help with research topics. A fee-based service is available for searches done by a librarian.
- including the Philadelphia
Historical Digital Image Library (PHDIL) database, special
collections and exhibits, genealogy resources, and information
on donating personal materials
Office of Alumni Relations
Please register or log in to your online alumni community to print your personalized alumni card found in the Alumni Resources tab. This card will enable you to access all on-campus benefits including the library. When you select your school click Register Now or Log In on the right hand side. When registering for the first time you will be asked for your Constituent ID # to verify that you are an alumnus. If you need this number you can email email@example.com or find it located on the back cover of your alumni magazine. In your community you will also see information about alumni events, career services and more!