Join the thousands of JDCPL library cardholders and register for your library card today!
Free to residents and property owners of Dubois County, a Jasper-Dubois County Public Library Card grants you access to all materials and services, including public computers and digital resources.
To receive your card, visit any of our 4 locations and have your proof of current address and valid photo identification on hand. For teens and children under the age of 18, a parent or guardian signature is required.
Other Types of Cards
Issued to patrons who have a valid resident library card from a reciprocal Indiana Library not in Dubois County. A list of reciprocal libraries can be found below or at the Library. These are also issued to Huntingburg (Cass/Patoka Township) residences who show residence in Dubois County.
Public Library Access Card (PLAC)
Available to Indiana residents who have a library card in good standing from their hometown library. Public Library Access Cards allows individuals to borrow materials from any Indiana Public Library . Renew: Annually, $65
Available to those who do not live in Dubois County or a a qualifying reciprocal library district, Non-Resident Cards, provide access to all physical collections, digital services, public computers, and online databases. Renew: Annually, $59 (2021)
In order to obtain a Teacher’s Card, an individual must first have a valid Library card that is in good standing with JDCPL. Teachers living outside the JDCPL area may obtain a reciprocal card even if they do not live in a district that has a reciprocal agreement with us. Teachers may check out collections of no more than 50 items. Application must be filled out to receive a Teacher’s Card. Application available below or at the Library.
Any student who attends a school or college in Dubois County but lives outside of the county, is eligible for a JDCPL card.
Digital Access Card
Digital Access Cards are available for students and staff of schools in the Jasper-Dubois County
Public Library service district upon request by school administration. Students are not required
to use the digital access cards, but we feel they can be a great tool for education.