All Lafayette Public Library Offerning Student Resources

All Lafayette Parish School System students can check out books, movies, music, magazines, and games at any library in Lafayette Parish.

Posted: Aug 4, 2020 1:19 PM

All Lafayette Parish School System students can check out books, movies, music, magazines, and games at any library in Lafayette Parish. Best of all, there are no fines. Items will renew automatically if not returned by the due date. For more information, visit LafayettePublicLibrary.org or call the Main Library at 261-5787.

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*Study Rooms at our regional libraries

*Wi-Fi at all Library locations

*LPSS Student ID Library Card for more than 32,000 students

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