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Fines and Fees

 

               Type of Material                                  Loan Period               Fines

Books
          General Collection
          Juvenile/Young Adult     

 
30 days
14 days

 
50¢ per day

Media( e.g. CDs , DVDs)

14 days

50¢ per day

iPads

(may be used outside the library)

 

1 day

 

$25 per day

Laptop computers and accessories 
         Carlson- Main Campus
         (in library use only)

          -----------------------------------------------
         Suhr (Venango Campus)
         (may be used outside the library)

 
4 hours


   --------------------------
1 day


$2.50 per hour
(each piece)
   ---------------
$40 per day

Periodicals
          Most recent 9 years
          10 years or older

 
1 day
7 days

 
$1 per day

Reserve Materials

Time period varies
based on class needs

$1 per day

Maximum items: The maximum number of items which can be checked out at one time is twenty (20). 

Renewals:  If there is no hold on the material, it may be renewed for a second borrowing period (excluding iPads).  Prior to the due date, materials may be renewed in-person, online, or by telephone.  Overdue materials must be presented at the circulation desk for renewal consideration.

Maximum fines: The maximum amount of fines charged against any overdue item (with the exception of iPads, laptop computers, reserves, and periodicals) is $24.50.

Lost Item Processing Fees: An item is declared "lost" when it is forty-nine (49) days overdue. The library system automatically charges the patron twenty dollars ($20) as a Lost Item Processing Fee to help cover the costs associated with ordering and processing (shipping, cataloging, bar-coding, labeling, etc.). This charge is in addition to the replacement cost of the material.

InterLibrary Loan (ILL) Fees and Fines: See the InterLibrary Loan (ILL) Policy for fees and fines associated with items borrowed from other libraries.


 

Last Updated: September, 2013
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