Library Policies and Services

For the comfort and safety of patrons and staff, and the protection of Library property, the following actions are examples of conduct not allowed on Library property:

  • Disruptive behavior, such as creating loud noises, loud talking, screaming, using mobile phones, or banging on computer keyboards.
  • Consuming food or beverages except bottled water.
  • Smoking, rolling cigarettes, or the use of electronic cigarettes on library property.
  • Moving Library furniture from where it is placed by Library staff.
  • Lying down or appearing to be sleeping in the Library; having feet on furniture; or blocking aisles, exits or entrances.
  • Using library facilities for personal grooming, bathing, shaving or shampooing, doing laundry, or changing clothes.
  • Verbally or physically harassing other patrons or staff.
  • Stealing, damaging, altering, or inappropriate use of Library property in Library facilities or on Library grounds, including computer hardware and software, printers, copiers, phones, and other equipment.
  • Using Library computers for reasons other than doing research. In other words, no surfing on the internet, no chatting, no playing games, no viewing of inappropriate sites.
  • Soliciting or conducting surveys not authorized by the Library.
  • Gambling and group activities, which are disruptive to the Library environment.

In conclusion, Library patrons are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that enables their fellow patrons, staff, and themselves to accomplish their intended Library tasks in a safe, reasonably pleasant, and orderly atmosphere.


Authorized library staff may intervene to stop prohibited activities and behaviors.

Failure to comply with these rules may result in:

1) withdrawal of a person’s permission to remain on Library property; and/or

2) issuance of a Notice of Exclusion from Library property for a period of one day to two years. A violation of law may also result in arrest and prosecution. Violations of law and/or these rules may also result in the restriction and/or termination of Library privileges, including the use of Library computers and other equipment. Authorized personnel may base a Notice of Exclusion on personal observation or upon the sort of civilian reports that would ordinarily be relied upon by police officers in the determination of probable cause.

Administrative Review of Notices of Exclusion

An individual who has received a Notice of Exclusion may timely request an administrative review of an exclusion order that is for a period greater than seven days


Fall Semester (September – January)


DAYS Hours
Monday 08.00-21:00 (*) 
Tuesday 08.00-21:00 (*) 
Wednesday 08.00-21:00 (*) 
Thursday 08.00-21:00 (*) 
Friday 08.00-21:00 (*) 
Saturday 09.00-18.00


(*) Circulation/Borrowing of Books until 20:45

Study Room (same floor as the library next to the elevator) 8:00a.m. – 12:00p.m. all days.

The hours for the Christmas Holidays will be announced 2 weeks prior to closing.


 Spring Semester (February – May)


DAYS Hours
Monday 08.00-21:00 (*) 
Tuesday 08.00-21:00 (*) 
Wednesday 08.00-21:00 (*) 
Thursday 08.00-21:00 (*) 
Friday 08.00-21:00 (*) 
Saturday 09:00-18:00 


 (*) Circulation/Borrowing of Books until 20:45

Study Room (same floor as the library next to the elevator) 8:00a.m. – 12:00p.m. all days.

The hours for the Easter Holidays will be announced 2 weeks prior to closing.


Summer Sessions (June – August)


DAYS Hours
Monday 08.00-18:00 (*)
Tuesday 08.00-18:00 (*) 
Wednesday 08.00-18:00 (*) 
Thursday 08.00-18:00 (*) 
Friday 08.00-17:00 (*) 
Saturday Closed (*) 


(*) Circulation/Borrowing of Books until 17:45

Study Room (same floor as the library next to the elevator) 8:00a.m. – 12:00p.m. all days.

  The Library is closed for the month of August.





All Library members have the right to borrow material, if there are no pending charges to the Library.

Member Type Number of copies Loan Period Renewal Times
Academic Staff 10 16 weeks / 112 calendar days 0
Administrative Staff 5 2 weeks / 14 calendar days 1
Students 5 2 weeks / 14 calendar days 1
External Users 5 2 weeks / 14 calendar days 1


The following material cannot be borrowed:

  • Books from the reference shelves and all those with a red sticker.
  • Dictionaries, issues of periodicals, final projects/theses.

Patrons who fail to return or renew material, or who incur any fines or fees, are blocked from further check-out until all material has been returned and all fines and fees have been paid.


Item Price
Overdue book €0.50/day Per day per item to maximum of €30.00
Overdue reserve item €1.00/hour Per hour per item to maximum of €30.00
Maximum fine €30.00  Per item
Recalled meterial overdue €3.00/day  Per day after new due date us assigned to maximum of €30.00
Lost item fee book, video, or reserved item €100.00 €60.00 lost book fee + €25.00 overdue fee + €15.00 processing fee = € 100 total minimum OR replacement cost of materials whichever is greater

The photocopy center located within the University premises provides services to students such as typing, color printing, and selling of school materials and supplies. Users can purchase from the center magnetic cards for usage with the self-service photocopy machines. The blank magnetic cards cost 1 euro plus 10 euro for 200 copies. There are restrictions on what users can photocopy (according to legislation).  Copyrights in Cyprus are regulated by the Copyright and Neighbouring Rights Law of 1976 to 2006 (Law No. 59/1976, as amended by Laws 63/77, 18/93, 54(I)/99, 12(I)/2001, 128(I)/2002 and 128(I)/2004 and 123(I)/2006) and in all cases the responsibility for complying with legislation rests with the user making the copies.

External Users who wish to become members of the library of European University Cyprus and obtain a library card must apply to the circulation desk.

To register for a library card you will need

  • To fill the Application for Library membership. (Submitting the signed application, the applicant declares that all information provided is true and correct.)

      Application Form for Registration of Library External User in Greek and in English

  • Present an ID card or current passport
  • Upon approval, pay 20 euro for a 6-month membership or 40 euro for a yearly. Registration fee is non-refundable.
  • An EUC library card is required only in the case the visitor wishes to borrow books and is not a requirement for just visiting the library and on-site use of it. The library is open to all visitors 

Please Note:

Library membership is only valid for the period selected and it is not automatically renewed.

Library membership does not include off-campus access to the electronic databases due to licensing rights restrictions.

If you simply wish to study/read books/look around  or use other library services while visiting you do not need a membership card. 

All students, faculty and staff can borrow books and use the services of other Academic Libraries of Cyprus for the period they are members of EUC community.  Any interested member must complete the form  for Application for Registration as Member to Libraries of other Academic Institutions. EUC library will send the data to the Library that the user is interested in using and upon approval the member will be notified.


Using the services of other libraries requires physical presence. (No interlibrary loans)

All members must always present the student ID / member ID card of their university when visiting the respective libraries. (UCY will issue its own card for the member with a one-time pay fee of 12 euro.)

EUC library will not borrow or return books on behalf of a member.

EUC library will not collect and pay fines on behalf of a member.

Members must adhere to the rules and regulations of the institution interested.

A library has the right to suspend an account if the user is not obeying the rules and regulations.





Application for Registration as Member to Libraries of Other Academic Institutions 

Rules and Regulations of All Participating Academic Libraries


Library Catalogs of Participating Universities

European University Cyprus

Neapolis University Pafos

Open University Cyprus

Technological University Cyprus

University of Cyprus

University of Nicosia

For more information or questions please contact Ms. Maria Andreou at 22713091.