Circulation Services

The desk is the key service point for checking out, returning materials, and requesting reserve items. The staff are trained individuals: knowledgeable of library policies and procedures, open, approachable and effective communicators.

Check Out Procedure

A valid college identification or Community borrowers' card must be presented to borrow materials.

Community Visitors

Please present two forms of identification verifying your name and current address.

Borrowing/Use Agreements

Categories of Participation

These categories of participation indicates who will be able to borrow materials from the participating libraries listed below.
Category A: The library will loan directly to any faculty/staff member, graduate student, undergraduate student, etc of a participating institution.
Category B: The library will loan directly to graduate students or faculty/staff members only of participating institutions.
Category C: The library will loan directly only to faculty/staff members of participating institutions.
Category D: The library will admit faculty/staff members, graduate students, and undergraduate students from participating libraries to use library collections in-house.

Participating, Partner Libraries

Students, faculty and staff in good standing have the above categories of borrowing/use privileges at the libraries below:

These agreements are evaluated on a regular basis.

Loan Periods

Circulating books check out for 28 days, videocassettes and slides check out on a 3-day loan and music and audio sound recordings circulate for seven (7) days. Reference materials and periodicals are used in the library only.


Materials can be renewed one time by various means: at any InfoNet public service desk, by telephone, via CyberCAT (online catalog) or online renewal.

Document Delivery

Materials will be transported upon request to an InfoNet Library conveniently located to you.


Reserve materials are available to use in the library only.

Library Fines

All fines and charges are paid in the Cashier's Office.

Library Holds

Students will be placed on Library Hold for overdue materials.

Rules of Conduct

Patrons are expected to conduct themselves in a respectful manner by following these simple rules of conduct:

  1. Monitoring noise levels
  2. Do not bring in food or beverages
  3. Do not misuse library property
  4. Placing cell phones on vibrate and long conversations not allowed

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