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Answered By: Lisa Sotak Last Updated: Mar 22, 2017 Views: 30
If another borrower has an item that you need, you can place a hold on it. When the item is returned, we will notify you and you may pick it up at the Information Desk (or, for patrons at the remote campuses, we will ship it to you).
You can place holds yourself through our online catalog. Once you find the item you would like, click on its title to view the record, then click Place a Hold on the right side of the screen. Log in using your PrideNet username and password and follow the instructions provided. When the item is returned, we will notify you and keep it on hold at the Information Desk for seven days. You may also send a request to Ask the Library and we will place the hold for you. Only items that are currently charged to another patron can be placed on hold.
If you are a regional student in the School of Human Services, please do not place a hold on an item but, instead, request the item via Interlibrary Loan.
Books placed on hold for another patron may not be renewed.
If you need a book which is currently charged out on a six-month loan, please Ask the Library and we will try to arrange for its early return. Please note that we cannot and will not divulge the name of the current borrower.