Type of borrower
You may go directly to My library record to renew checked-out items. More information about online renewal.
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*After 2nd renewal, item must be returned for physical check-inPopular Reading CollectionThe checkout period for books in the Popular Reading Collection is 3 weeks, with one 2-week renewal. Because these materials are heavily used, there is a $1.00 per day late fee,so please be prompt in their return. If you have questions, please contact the Circulation Desk at 310.338.5709.
The children's literature portion of the Curriculum Materials Collection (CMC) has over 5,000 children's books for grades pre-K through 12, both fiction and nonfiction. The primary function of the collection is to support the learning and teaching needs of students and faculty in LMU's School of Education, but the collection is available for all library users.CMC children's books circulate to all authorized library borrowers for three weeks, with one two-week renewal.
LINK+The checkout period for LINK+ books for all patrons is 3 weeks. For LINK+ books, renewing online (3 week renewal) is really a request to renew. This request will be processed by the LINK+ system and will not be immediate or automatic. Please be sure to check back a little later to see if the renewal you requested was approved.Print PeriodicalsThe staff checkout period for printed periodicals is 7 days. One 7-day renewal is possible.Media
LMU faculty and staff may check out three media items for seven days. Media items may be renewed twice, no earlier than two days before their due date; each renewal is for one week. Extensions and exceptions are allowed on a per case basis and approved by Staff. Materials may be reserved ahead of time for a specific date and time by using our online Media advance booking form. For more information, please visit the Circulation Desk on Level One of the library, or phone 310.338.5709.
Recalls You may recall any item that is checked out, with the exception of media and/or reserve items. The person who has the recalled book must return it within 1 week. You will be notified upon its return. You will then have five days to pick it up at the Circulation Desk. Please contact the Circulation Desk at 310.338.5709 to arrange a recall and confirm your contact information.You can also check the status of a recall at My library record.Please note: All items are subject to recall after 21 days. A $1.00 per day fine may be assessed if returned late.Family of staff or facultyIf you are a current LMU faculty or staff, and are registered at the library, your spouse, domestic partner and children over 14 years may receive borrowing privileges (Link+ and Interlibrary Loan are not included). Your family member will need to bring a picture ID, or some other form of ID if the name differs, e.g. a driver's license or checkbook to reflect the same address or relationship to the Circulation Desk.Jesuit library passportThe faculty of Jesuit colleges and universities now have borrowing privileges at all 28 Jesuit institutions in the United States. Access includes circulating and electronic materials, in addition to space for quiet study and research.To establish on-site borrowing privileges at other Jesuit libraries, please call Hannon Library Administration at 310.338.4593 or email Jill Cornelio at email@example.com and request a Jesuit Library Passport Card.Lost or unreturned itemsFaculty and staff are not charged overdue fines, with the exception of unreturned recalled items. However, they are responsible for renewing materials or returning them. Faculty and staff are responsible for replacing lost and unreturned books and other library materials. Faculty and staff will be charged replacement fees for lost or unreturned materials; these fees must be paid in order to maintain borrowing privileges and access to licensed resources, such as databases and electronic journals. Faculty and staff are responsible for all materials checked out on their OneCard, including those checked out by teaching assistants and family members.When you leave the university, you must return all library materials and pay all fees for lost or unreturned materials that were checked out on your OneCard. Fees that are not paid by the last day of university employment may be turned over to a collection agency.Your library record is available online or you may contact the Circulation Department.
Book return locationsInside the library, you may return books at the Circulation Desk. Please return media items (DVDs, videotapes) to the Circulation Desk, Level One.
For your convenience, we also have return bins at the following locations, from which library staff will make pick-ups daily:
Retirees and/or gold card holdersLMU retirees and Gold Card holders are special to the William H. Hannon Library, and are therefore entitled to many free library privileges. Please show proof of retirement from LMU at the Circulation Desk, Level One of the Library.Privileges may vary depending on whether you are staff or faculty.
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