Frequently Asked Questions
The Library has rooms available for reservation at no charge for those who would like a quiet place to study, take an exam, or hold a meeting for their organization. To learn more about our meeting room policies or to apply for a meeting/study room, click here.
Before refunding a credit to a customer with fines on their library account, the Library will pay the fines with the credit and refund only tcredit remaining thereafter.
You may renew items you have checked online, by phone, or in person. Your time is extended from the day you request renewal. If another patron is waiting for an item you have, it will not renew.
DVDs renew for one week from the day you ask for renewal (1 renewal)
New books renew for 21 days from the day you ask for renewal (1 renewal)
Quick Picks may not be renewed
Any other books, music CDs, and other materials renew for 21 days from the day you ask for renewal (2 renewals)
Yes! You can bring in your laptop, PDA, or hand-held gaming device and use our Wi-Fi to connect to the internet. Click here (pdf) to view instructions on connecting to the Library's Wi-Fi. Please review our Wireless Internet Access Policy (pdf).
Go to the Library's Online Catalog and log in to My Account. Click on "Items Out" and select the items you wish to renew, then click on the "Renew" button. Verify the new due dates.
With the permission of a librarian, you may choose to replace the lost item with a new copy of the same title, in the same format. For example, a hardcover book must be replaced with a new hardcover copy; paperbacks can be replaced with a new copy in paperback; etc. Please speak with a staff member before purchasing a replacement copy.
We charge the following overdue fines for each item beginning the day after it is due. Dates that the Library is closed (Sundays and holidays) do not count towards fines. If fees on your card reach or exceed $15.00, your card will become invalid.
All materials except DVDs: 15˘ per day
DVDs: $1.00 per day
You may renew an item if it's already overdue. Fines will be assessed for the overdue days according to the list above. Avoid overdue fines by renewing materials online, by phone, or in person.
Your PIN is your Personal Identifiction Number. It's normally the last four digits of your phone number, unless you have requested we change it. Click here (pdf) to read about the services that require a PIN and how to change it.