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Seay Borrowing Policies for Visiting/Part-time Faculty and Paraprofessionals

Telephone Numbers

Circulation Desk: (719) 389-6560
Fax: (719) 389-6561

Library Card

After receiving your Gold Card you must register in the Library to activate your library account. Bring Gold Card to the library, fill out a Tutt application form, and then the card will be activated for checking out material.

You must present your Gold Card in order to check-out any items.

Loan Periods

Visiting*/Part-time Faculty and Paraprofessionals

  • Books and scores – 30 days
  • Non-circulating books and scores – 7 days
  • CDs/CD-ROMs/DVDs/VHS Videos – 7 days
  • Cassettes/LPs/Reel-to-Reel tapes – 7 days

*Visiting Faculty will be given an expiration date that concurs with the last date of his/her teaching block.

Renewals

One (1) renewal is permitted for most items that do not have a hold placed on them.

Items may be renewed as follows:

Interlibrary Loan

For Interlibrary Loan information, please click on the following link: Interlibrary Loan. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call the Interlibrary Loan Coordinator at 389-6664 or by email.

Returning Materials/Fines

Overdue fines are not charged to Visiting Part-time Faculty and Para-professionals, but replacement costs are incurred for materials that are lost or damaged. Please see library policy regarding replacement for lost or damaged material.

Designated return areas are the following:

  • The Circulation Desk
  • The book return bin, outside the library door, for after-hours return.
  • Tutt Library, when Packard Hall is closed.

Interlibrary loan materials should be returned to Tutt Library.

Holds and Recalls

A hold may be placed on material that is already checked out by clicking on the “Request” button in the TIGER Catalog.

Material is subject to recall if the current borrower has had it for more than two weeks.

Recalled material must be picked up within ten days of the date of the notice of availability. If it is not picked up within this time, it will be returned to the shelves or given to the next person on the waiting list, if one exists.

Non-Circulating Materials

The following types of materials do not usually circulate. Please ask library staff about limited special permission for the circulation of particular materials.

  • Reference materials
  • Microforms
  • Any material marked “non-circulating” (e.g. “Library Use Only” or “Not to Leave the Library”)
  • Periodicals

Confidentiality of Records

Library circulation records and other records identifying the names of library patrons are confidential in nature. Such records will not be made available except pursuant to legal process, order or subpoena.

Circulation Services Coordinator

For assistance or questions, please contact:
Annette Megneys
Circulation Services Coordinator
email Annette
(719) 389-6960