The San Francisco Public Library "To Go" Services
SFPL To Go is a service that safely delivers requested library materials at select Library locations to patrons.
San Francisco Public Library’s version of “curbside pickup” provides a contact-free front door type service where patrons can queue up outside SFPL buildings and bookmobiles to pick up requested books.
SFPL "Scholar Card"
Every SFUSD student has been issued a public library card (called a "Scholar Card"), as well as a 4-digit password or PIN (personal identification number).
Check your school account for an email sent September 1 from the SFPL with the subject: "Back to School With the San Francisco Public Library."
The email will contain your Scholar Card/Library Card account number. It will not contain your PIN. Click on the arrow to the right if you still don't know your card number and/or PIN/Password.
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If you have your card number but can't remember your 4-digit PIN, try using your birth year (Example: 2008), or your birth date (example: May 21 would be 0521).
Still need your card number or PIN? Click on the arrow to the right for instructions on how to obtain your student "Scholar Card."
Let your parents know that all San Francisco residents can apply online for a library card! Adult Application Online
Recovering Your Card # and/or PIN
If you still do not know your "Scholar Card" number, or need your password/PIN (personal identification number), write an email to the public library at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "Scholar Card Info Request".
Using your school email account, include the following information in your email: Your name, address, birth date and phone number. Also, tell them what 4-digit PIN (Personal Identification Number) you want associated with your card. You should receive an email response within 24 hours.
Hoopla Sign Up and Password Reset Instructions
If you haven't had a Hoopla account before, follow the instructions below to sign up for a free account!
If you have had a Hoopla account in the past, but you can't remember the password, do not click on "Password Reset" in the Hoopla app. Hoopla's email won't get through SFUSD's filters. Instead, follow the "Hoopla Password Reset Instructions" link below and the San Francisco Public Library will help you reset your Hoopla password.Hoopla Password Reset Instructions