Circulation Services sends notices to patrons alerting them of overdue books, fines owed, recalled items, or hold availability. The notice will be sent to your email address or, if one has not been provided, it will be sent to the address you have provided the University. Be sure to notify the University and the library of any address or email changes.
Questions about notices should be directed to the library from which the item was borrowed.
The types of transactions that appear on notices are:
Available notices are sent to you for books that you have placed a Hold or Recall on and are now being held for you to pick up at the specified library. The notice indicates until when the book will be held.
Overdue notices are sent for books that you have borrowed and are now more than 7 days overdue. If your notice was sent to you via email, you may request renewal by forwarding the email to the library that owns the book(s).
Final overdue notices are sent for books that you have borrowed and are now more than 21 days overdue.
Recall notices are sent for books that you have borrowed and are now needed by another patron or course reserves. Failure to return recalled items by new due date results in suspension of borrowing privileges and a fine of $2.00 per day per item. This applies to all borrowers.
THE FOLLOWING AMOUNTS ARE DUE
This notice is sent to you when books you borrowed were returned late and for which you now owe a fine. These fines may be paid at any library listed on the notice. Failure to resolve unsettled student accounts results in a hold credit. You may also be billed for items not returned and presumed lost. Check with owning library for actual replacement costs.