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Apply for a Library Card

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During the COVID-19 (coronavirus) closure of the library, we are not processing regular library card applications, but you may use this form to apply for a temporary account with the Marathon County Public Library for home access to Wisconsin's Digital Library and many other Online Resources.

Once the library re-opens, your temporary account will expire unless you bring a photo ID to your local MCPL upgrade to a regular account.

If you already have a library account, but it's expired, please contact us instead of using this form.


Your identification

You (or your parent / legal guardian if less than 18 years old) will need to present a government-issued photo ID (e.g. driver's license, state ID, passport, etc.) when you pick up your library card.

Contact information

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Home address

Please note: You will need to present proof of the address above when you pick up your card. If your ID does not show current information, please bring other proof of address.

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Please note: Unsure of your municipality? Look it up by your address.

Parent / legal guardian

If the person above is less than 18 years old, their parent / legal guardian must apply on behalf of the child and complete the following:

Agreement(s)

By submitting this form, you agree to the following statement:

I agree to obey all library rules and regulations, to promptly pay all charges incurred by this card, and to give immediate notice of any address/name change or card loss. I understand I will be unable to borrow library materials or use certain other library resources without presenting this card or other acceptable identification.

If applying on behalf of a child: As the parent or legal guardian of the child identified on this form, I understand that I am responsible for this child’s (1) selection and return of library materials, (2) use of library computers and other resources, and (3) repayment of any library fines or fees incurred.