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Databases: I'm graduating from K-State. Will I retain access?
Databases: I'm graduating from K-State. How long will I retain access to library databases?
Generally you'll retain student rights associated with your eID, including remote access (off campus) to library databases, until right before the new semester begins. So if you graduate in May, you should have access most of the summer but if you graduate in December, only a couple of weeks.
If you want more specifics, read on.
- Graduating students' rights associated with their eID go through several steps before they are eventually removed from the K-State Enterprise Authentication System (KEAS). This process begins when their status is changed in ISIS. Access to email accounts remain for a year but all graduating students' rights will cease before the new semester.
- Even though you'll no longer have remote access to library databases, we have some suggestions:
If you have any questions or concerns, please Ask a Librarian.
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