Answered By: Lisa Vassady Last Updated: Sep 23, 2016 Views: 299
Answered By: Lisa Vassady
Last Updated: Sep 23, 2016 Views: 299
There are no limits to the amount of library items you are allowed to check out at one time. Here are our item Loan Periods:
- Main collection books, Popular Reading books, and back issues of journals and magazines may be borrowed for 28 days by undergraduates, public patrons, and family members; until the end of the current term* by graduate students and GTFs; and for 6 months* by faculty and staff. Late fines for student and public patrons are 25 cents per day. *Loan periods are subject to being reduced to 28 days, if items are needed by other library patrons.
- DVDs and music CDs check out for 7 days. Late fines for student and public patrons are 25 cents per day.
- Audiovisual equipment may be borrowed by current Radford University students and employees only. They circulate for 7 days and overdue fines for students are $5 per day.
- Course Reserves circulate on either an hourly or daily basis, depending on the particular item. Late fines for students are 25 cents per hour for hourly checkouts; and $1 per day for daily checkouts.