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Media Resources Checkout and Renewal Policy

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Items can be checked out at the Media Center, or requested via Library Delivery.

Who? Videos
Other Nonprint
(audio tapes, etc.)
CD-ROMs, other interactive software Course Reserves  (student viewing outside of class)
Faculty *, Staff & Doctoral Students
3-day loan
  Fine: Loan block
7-day loan
  Fine: Loan block
7-day loan
  Fine: Loan block 
1-day loan 
Fine: Loan block 
Undergraduate Students
& Special Students
2-day loan
Fine: $2.00/day
7-day loan
  Fine: $1.00/day
7-day loan
  Fine: $1.00/day
3-hr. in-dept use
  Fine: $1.00/hour
Graduate Students & Local Teachers
3-day loan
  Fine: $2.00/day
7-day loan
  Fine: $1.00/day
7-day loan
  Fine: $1.00/day
1-day loan
  Fine: $1.00/hour
Other Local Users
(see bullet #5)
3-hr. in-dept. use
  Fine: $1.00/hour
In-dept. use
(Self-service)
3-hr. in-dept. use
  Fine: $1.00/hour
3-hr. in-dept. use
Fine: $1.00/hour

* Faculty may give permission for a sponsored student to check out materials on their library accounts. One-time use permission can be given by the professor in written notice that can be sent with the student. Ongoing permission must be given by the professor in person at the Circulation Desk of Carrier Library, Rose Library, ETMC in Memorial Hall or the Music Library. Proxy permission will expire July 31 of the current year; the professor must request an earlier expiration. The professors must resubmit their requests for successive academic years. Upon check-out the sponsored students will be required to provide their own IDs and the professor's name. The professors are responsible for any materials on their records checked-out out by their proxies. Spouses can borrow materials according to the Community Borrower Policy.