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How much are overdue fines?

I have an overdue (late) book (or video, or dvd). I lost a library item.
Last Updated: Nov 11, 2015  |  22 Views

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Materials

Borrowing Periods

Overdue
Files*
Replacement Charge**
Books 21 days $0.50 per day $90.00
Videos and DVDs 7 days $0.50 per day $90.00
Reserve Books and Articles 2 hours $1.25 per hour $90.00
Reserve Videos and DVDs 1 day $1.25 per day $90.00
Recalled Items n/a $1.50 per day $90.00
Magazines and Reference Books May not be checked out $90.00

Not paying library fines may result in:

  • A suspension of borrowing privileges,
  • An academic hold which prevents the release of diplomas and official transcripts, and/or;
  • A judicial hold which prevents course registration, entrance to class, and graduation.

*The Library reserves the right to increase fines in the future.
**The replacement charge is $65 plus a maximum overdue fine of $25. The Library reserves the right to charge more if the item is of greater value.

Fines can be paid by cash or check at the Library's Check Out Desk. Credit card payments can be made online or through the Cashier's Office in Student Academic and Financial Services. To check your balance, go to the My Library Account section of the Library Catalog

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