Answered By: Laura Marek
Last Updated: Jun 21, 2017     Views: 114

Currently we cannot offer alumni access to any databases we license.  Library access ends within 21 days after a student's last class ends, whether due to graduating, finishing course work, taking a break between terms, dropping out, or another reason.
 
If you are an alumni looking for access to article and e-book databases like Academic Search Complete and Business Source Complete after graduation, try contacting your local public library.  Some states and/or public libraries offer citizens access to online research databases like ours.  Local public universities or colleges may also be able to offer access to their onsite physical and/or digital collections to local citizens.  Library staff put together a guide that serves as an index of known state library resources here: http://library.kaplan.edu/statelibraries
 
To learn about benefits and services available to Alumni please check out the alumni engagement section   of KU campus and there you'll find lots of helpful information on what's available. 

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