Q. Will I be fined for overdue, lost, or damaged interlibrary loan (ILL) materials?
During the COVID-19 Closure
- Due dates are pushed back, no new fines. This will be the case until the University resumes normal class schedules.
- Researching off campus? Make sure you're logged in to take advantage of library subscriptions. (Proxies and VPNs)
- Read more about Going Online with the Kathryn A. Martin Library.
During normal library operations
If the Library is assessed fees for late or damaged interlibrary loan items, those fees will be passed on to the borrower. Interlibrary loans are due by the date on the wrapper attached to the material. Books not returned or renewed by the date due may jeopardize the library's borrowing relationship with other libraries.
Overdue material will block your ability to initiate or receive new interlibrary loan requests.
Unreturned interlibrary loan items are billed as lost items. Users will be charged $100 as a lost item replacement fee, plus $15 as a lost item processing fee.
Find more detailed information about Interlibrary Loan.
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