Answered By: Ted Bergfelt Last Updated: Aug 26, 2017 Views: 412
- Borrowers receive an-email reminder two days before the due date.
- There is a four day grace period on non-reserve items that circulate outside of the library. On the fifth day overdue a $1 fine will be applied to the borrower's library account. Fines will accrue at a rate of $.20 a day each day after.
- Borrowers with overdue items receive 3 overdue reminder notices over 3 weeks.
- At 30 days, borrowers receive a warning that the replacement cost of their books will be applied to their tuition, which may affect receiving grades and obtaining transcripts.
Notices are sent as a courtesy. Borrowers who do not receive a bill are still responsible for any fines accrued on overdue books.
Paying for Fines and Lost Books
Borrowers may pay fines and replacement costs for lost books at the Circulation Desk. The Gumberg Library accepts cash and checks as forms of payment.
More Ways To Ask Gumberg
Ask for assistance at the desk located near the main entrance.
Call 412.396.6133 during hours the desk is staffed.
Text 412.265.3599 during hours the desk is staffed.
Email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a response within 36 hours.
You can get help from a librarian 24/7. You may receive assistance from either a Gumberg librarian or a librarian from a cooperating institution.
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