If an item is kept longer than the loan period, a late fine will begin to accrue until the item is checked back in. Details about fines and fees are below:
Magazines and Journals: The Library will retain two years of each magazine and journals. The most recent editions will be displayed on the front of the magazine racks. The current year (minus the most recent edition) and the previous year will be stored in the back of the library, separated by title. Each December the librarians will withdraw the past year’s editions from the collection. All magazines are able to be checked out for a three day loan period.
Users with Disabilities: The Iva M. Freeman Library is committed to providing effective accommodations for students with disabilities and supports the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Users who need any type of assistance are encouraged to contact us.
Interlibrary Loan: As a member of OCLC, we have access to their entire collection for interlibrary loan. Please visit this guide to learn more.
Reference Materials: Reference materials are not able to be checked out. They will remain in the library to serve as a reference for all patrons.
Reserve Shelf: One copy of each required book for each course will be purchased for the reserve shelf. The librarian will review the material list at the end of each quarter and purchase as needed. These books may be checked out for a loan period of two hours and must remain in the library during use. If students take the books out of the library they will be contacted first via email, and second via a phone call, and asked to return the text. If the item is not returned, their account will be blocked until its return.
Guests and Visitors: The library is available to guests by appointment only. Please call or email to set up a time to visit.