Seay Reserves Policies for Students
The Cataloging Specilist, David Dymek, is the primary contact for placing items on print and electronic reserves. Contact information: (719) 389-6560
Circulation Desk (719): 389-6560
What are Reserves?
Materials which a professor has identified as being important to his/her course. These include music scores and books, CD recordings, VHS and DVDs. Course reserves may also include required reading.
Items, either paper or electronic, are placed on reserve to allow an entire class to use key or supplemental materials needed for that class. Placing items on reserve facilitates equitable access by all class members.
Where Are Reserves?
Items placed on reserve are available at the Music Library Circulation Desk.
Who May Borrow?
Only CC students may check out reserves.
Reserve items may be searched HERE by faculty name and by course name.
Reserve items may be checked out for 4 hours and must be used in the library. Exceptions to this policy must be approved by the professor.
Course reserves may be checked out overnight one hour before the library closes. Overnight loans must be returned within the first hour of the Music Library's opening time the next day.
Reserve materials must be returned to the Circulation Desk.
Overdues and Fines
- $5.00 per hour for each overdue reserve item. All circulation privileges are immediately blocked.
You are responsible for the timely return of all materials, whether or not you receive any reminder or overdue notices from the library. The library may notify your professor of any abuses of reserve policies.
For assistance or questions, please contact:
Music Library Assistant/Night Manager