Students (Traditional and Adult & Graduate Program)
Responsible use, care, and return of borrowed library materials is presumed of all students and users.
Payment for lost/unreturned or damaged materials and overdue fines is the responsibility of the borrower.
University policy states that “The University reserves the right to withhold grade reports of students who have not returned library materials and cleared any financial obligations (payment of fines, damage fees, or costs of replacement for lost materials) by the date required at the end of each semester.”
Materials are loaned for approximately one month.
Borrowing privileges are revoked if a user has overdue books or unpaid fines.
Fines and charges will be assessed as indicated below:
Overdues (Weekends and holidays are counted)
Regular book: $0.05 per day
Kindle eReader: $5.00 per day
Reserve book: $0.10 per hour
Note: The maximum fine for regular materials is $5.00 per item; for reserve materials: $10.00 per item; and for the eReader: $35.00
Charges for lost/unreturned books is the replacement cost + $10.00 processing fee.
Assessed charges for damages are based on extent of damage or repair necessary.
Access and assistance for all of the physical and electronic resources