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GET YOUR NY PUBLIC LIBRARY CARD AT ASA MANHATTAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH 12:00PM TO 1:30pm
“The three most important documents
a free society gives are a birth certificate,
a passport, and a library card.” ― EL Doctorow
Visit the ASA College Manhattan Library at 1293 Broadway, 4th Floor on Wednesday, November 5th and sign up for your own New York Public Library Card! From 12:00 until 1:30 a representative from the New York Public Library will be available to issue NYPL library cards to any ASA student with their student ID and one other item listed below.
Your library card can open doors to all the public libraries in New York City for borrowing both physical and digital materials, as well as the many free events available to the public. Visit http://www.nypl.org/ to see what the New York Public Library has in store for you!
Valid New York State IDs:
- Current driver’s license
Current photo learner’s permit
Current non-driver’s identification
Current college or university photo ID card
Current employee photo ID card
New York City welfare ID card
Current Armed Services ID card
Alien Registration photo ID card
Matricula Consular (Mexican CID)
Social Security card
New York State motor vehicle registration
Professional, vocational or union photo ID
Current rent bill or lease agreement
Tax bill or receipt**
Current photo ID with signature and expiration date issued by an embassy or consulate in New York
Statement from a homeless shelter*
Cable, phone or utility bill**
Any piece of mail delivered by the US Post Office**
*Note: Post office boxes are not accepted as mailing addresses. Proof of residence is required.
**Note: Any tax bills, rent receipts or statements from a homeless shelter used for verification of your identity must be dated no more than 3 months prior to the application date.
**Note: Any of the above must be dated within the last 3 months, as indicated by the postmark or date of printed e-bill.
The name and address provided to verify your identification must match the information entered on the application.
There are over 700 locations where New Yorkers can get diagnostic testing. New Yorkers can visit a new website — coronavirus.health.ny.gov/find-test-site-near-you — and enter their address to view a list and a map view of the nearest testing sites. The state has also partnered with Google Maps to display testing site results. New Yorkers can search “COVID testing near me” on Google Maps to easily find the nearest testing sites. Please remember you must always schedule an appointment to get a COVID-19...
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