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Fines & Fees: Home
Information about library fines and fees.
If a book, CD, DVD or other library item is damaged:
The Check Out supervisor will assess the damage.
If the damage is significant enough:
You may be charged a nonrefundable fee.
Or, you may be asked to provide a replacement copy of the damaged material.
Generally, if a billed item has been returned then bill will be waived. However, you may still be charged a (MUCH smaller) late fee.
At the end of each semester, all outstanding bills are sent to the Bursar's office and added to the patron's University account (including faculty).
The University collects these charges through various means; however, if the materials are returned within a reasonable period, in most cases (excluding media items), all bills are dropped and monies collected are refunded to the patron.
Fines and bills may be paid at the payment window in the first floor of McClure Hall during normal business hours or online.
You must bring your receipt as proof of fine payment to the Library Service Desk before you will be allowed to resume your normal library privileges.