Answered By: Rachael Shea
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 32

Overdue notices are sent as a courtesy to remind patrons of due dates. The Library does not assume responsibility for the non-receipt of notices. Failure to receive an overdue notice does not absolve patrons from returning materials late. An overdue notice is sent approximately 7 days after the due date. 28 days after the due date the book is marked as LOST.

There are no daily fines but once the book is marked as LOST a nonrefundable charge of $5.00 is charged to your account. The replacement fee of $50.00 or the actual cost of replacement of the book, whichever is greater, plus the $5.00 late fee for each book is then sent to Student Accounts. At this point you will not be able to register for classes or obtain transcripts until the books have been returned and the bill paid.

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