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Clinical Affiliate Faculty Library User Guide: Off Campus Access/ EZ Proxy

FAU Medical Library

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EZProxy/ Off Campus Connect can be accessed through either the main FAU library website or medical library portal. All students and faculty must log in through EZ Proxy when off campus

In order to access journals and databases., log in via EZ Proxy with your FAU Net ID and password. You should receive your FAU Net ID from Stephanie Gabrielsen. If you have problems with EZ Proxy, contact Tiffany Follin ( or 561-297-3642) to check your account. If you encounter an issue at night or during the weekend, the library service desk can check your account (561-297-6911). 

  • EZ Proxy Log-in Page  
  • EZ Proxy Video Tutorial
  • EZ Proxy PDF Tutorial- (Image, on right. Or, see link at bottom of this box for attachment)


Where to Find: Main FAU Library website; Medical Library Website

What You Need: Your FAU username and password

To Use: From the Medical Library main page, click on the "Off Campus Access/ EZProxy" hyperlink located under the blue "Services" column. Click the FAUnet ID icon in the left blue box; then fill in your username and password to log in. 

Special Note: If you do not have your FAU username/password, please contact Stephanie Gabrielsen or Tiffany Follin

Special Note: FAU passwords can be reset by calling OIT at 561-297-3999. 


If you are asked to pay for an article: don't! 

1) Please check that you are still connected to FAU through EZ Proxy-- re-sign in to ensure your access has not timed out. 

2) Contact your local friendly librarian ( to ensure the article is not available elsewhere. The medical department has the ability to place an ILL request on your behalf, if needed. 

3) Place an ILL (interlibrary loan) request for the article. ILL service covers the cost to bring in an item; if the item exceeds this cost you will be consulted and will not automatically be charged. Questions about ILL? More info is available in the "Library Resources" tab, or email your question! 

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