Get a Library Card

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.

Access JDCPL Card Application

To receive your card, visit any of our 4 locations and have 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

Reciprocal Card

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.

List of Reciprocal Libraries

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

Non-Resident Card

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, $65 (2023)

Teacher’s Card

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.

Teacher’s Card Application

Student Card

Any student who attends a school or college in Dubois County but lives outside of the county, is eligible for a JDCPL card.