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Student Borrowing Privleges
Students -- Any student enrolled in the University.
Loan period - 3 weeks - Maximum number of items checked out 25*
*Juvenile books are limited to fifteen items per student.
Note: The loan period may vary during summer sessions.
There are no late fees for overdue materials. However, if materials are not returned to the library, there will be a hold placed on your record. You will not be able to access your University records, including grades and transcripts.
Fees will be charged for items lost or damaged. If a current replacement cost for the same or more recent edition cannot be determined, the default price is $40.00 for General Collection and $15.00 for Juvenile items, plus a $5.00 processing fee.
All materials must be checked out with a picture ID: valid campus ID or driver’s license. Stolen or lost ID cards should be reported to the circulation desk and replaced before checking out materials.
Circulation of Materials
All materials are brought to the Circulation desk for checkout or renewal. Materials circulate for a loan period corresponding to the material type. Non-circulating items include materials from reference, periodicals, microforms and Special Collections. Each professor selects the type of reserve circulation for his/her materials.
Students may place holds in the online library catalog for any items currently checked out. Holds cannot be placed for items listed as reserve, lost, missing or on order.
Students are notified when the material becomes available, and books or other items waiting for pickup are held at the circulation desk for two days. Library staff may place a hold for a student at the Circulation desk, but it is preferable that students do so within the Library Catalog.
Faculty Borrowing Privileges
Faculty -- Individuals who are appointed faculty/instructors, or who are retired from the Texas Wesleyan faculty.
Loan period - Semester - No limit
All materials must be checked out with a picture ID: valid campus ID, drivers license, current TexShare card, alumni or special borrower card. Stolen or lost cards should be reported to the Circulation Desk and replaced before checking out materials.
Circulation of Materials
All materials are brought to the circulation desk for checkout or renewal. Materials circulate for a loan period corresponding to the patron's status with the University and by the material type. Non-circulating items include materials from reference, periodicals, microforms and special collections.
Faculty members may authorize a student assistant to check out materials for him/her by sending a written authorization to the circulation supervisor. At the library, the student assistant must provide a campus ID before checking out materials for the professor. Authorizations are maintained for the current semester, but are not transferable to future semesters unless reissued by the faculty member.
Faculty are notified when the material becomes available, and books or other items waiting for pickup are held at the Circulation Desk for two days. Library staff may place a hold for a faculty member at the Circulation Desk, but it is preferable that Faculty do so within the Library Catalog.
Community User/TexShare Borrowing Privileges
Community patrons may check out materials with a current picture ID and current TexShare card.
Loan period: 3 weeks
Maximum number of items checked out: 5
Community patrons do not have access to the internet-accessible computers or wireless internet access.