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Seay Borrowing Policies for WES (Women's Educational Society)

Telephone Numbers

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

Who May Borrow

Members of the Women’s Educational Society (WES).

Application Procedure

To apply for borrowing privileges, members must present appropriate ID and complete a non-CC Application card. Borrowing privileges are valid for one year and may be renewed as long as the individual has no overdue fines or replacement charges.

Loan Periods

  • Books and scores – 30 days
  • Sound/Video recordings – DO NOT CIRCULATE – Available for listening and viewing in the library only.

Renewals

Renewals are permitted for most items that do not have a hold placed on them

Items may be renewed as follows:

Returning Materials

Those using library materials (in or out of the building) are responsible for any deterioration in the condition of the materials while in their use, and also for the safe and timely return of the materials.

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.

Overdues and Fines

Overdue Books/Scores

  • $ .50 per day for each overdue book/score (with a maximum of $15.00 per book)
  • $5.00 per day for recalled items

Circulation privileges will be suspended if fines exceed $10. Privileges will be restored when account is cleared.

You are responsible for the timely return of all materials, whether or not you receive any reminder or overdue notices from the library.

Holds and Recalls

WES members may not place holds on materials.

An item is subject to recall if the current borrower has had it for more than two weeks. Items recalled for reserve or for classroom use must be returned immediately.

Fines will accrue at $5.00 per day.

Non-Circulating Materials

The following types of materials do not circulate.

  • Reference materials
  • Sound/Video recordings
  • 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