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Answered By: Lisa Sotak
Last Updated: Sep 01, 2017     Views: 47

Different types of materials have different loan periods, and there are always exceptions. However, as a general rule:

Books Books from the Main Circulating Collection circulate for 28 days at a time. Exception: faculty are given a 6-month loan period for books.
Videos and DVDs circulate for 7 days at a time.
At the time that you borrow materials, you will be informed of their due dates. You can also check your own circulation record by logging into our online catalog to see what you have charged out and when it is due.
Reserve materials circulate for a period determined by the professor (either a short-term in-library loan; one day; or three days).

At the time that you borrow materials, you will be informed of their due dates. You can also check your own circulation record in the online catalog to see what you have charged out and when it is due. Please contact us if you have trouble logging in.

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