Answered By: Adam Sexton
Last Updated: Sep 27, 2019     Views: 177

Borrowers are responsible for full payment of fines assessed on their accounts. There are three basic categories of fines: those for standard circulating materials, those for short-term loans, and those for equipment. All fines are charged per item. Materials and equipment receive a short-term loan status when in high demand and are subject to higher fines.

General Circulating Material:

  • 2-week, 4-week and Semester: 30 day grace period after due date. On the 31st day after due date fines of $150 per item are assessed.

Short Loan:

  • 3-hour loan ($1.00 per hour) $40 max
  • 1-day, 3-day ($5.00 per day) and all Recalled materials ($5.00 per day) $50 max

Reference:

  • 2-hour (lib-use) ($1.00 per hour) $50 max
  • No-Loan ($1.00 per hour) $50 max

End of Day (Special Collection)

  • End-of-day  ($5.00 per hour) $50 max

Media and Equipment:

  • 7-day loans ($5.00 per day) $50 max. (Leavey Libray DVD Policies)
  • 8-hour loan ($5.00 per hour) $50 max
  • 3-hour loan ($5.00 per hour) $50 max.

To pay fines, visit the Pay Fines page on the Libraries' website.

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