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If you are remote this semester, please locate the library materials you would like to borrow and send an email to email@example.com.
You can request a renewal by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or through your account in BearCat. You do not have to bring material to the library for renewing. You can also reply to our email courtesy reminder sent before your material is due.
If you are on campus or living locally, you may return materials
to the Lougheed Learning Commons when open, or put them in our return book chute on the angled brick wall (left side) of the Satterlee-side entrance.
to the Crane library drop box located just outside Schuette hall on the Crane Plaza.
If you are remote and you will be returning for Spring Semester, them please contact email@example.com to ask for an extension of the due date until you are back on campus and can return items in person
If you are remote and will not be returning to campus, please ship/mail the items back by
choosing a service where you can track the material
You must present your library card to borrow materials.
Faculty, Staff and Students: Your SUNY ID card serves as your library card.
Community and Associated Colleges Borrowers: Go to the circulation desk at either the Crane or Crumb Library with photo identification, drivers license or student ID to obtain a library card.
Fees, Replacement Charges and Appeals
2-5 days late (depends on format of borrowed materials. Shorter loan periods have shorter periods before considered "late") – $5 dollar late fee - for students, charged to their college bill
5-15 days late (depends on format of borrowed materials) or returned damaged – Charge to replace the item, including a processing fee - for students, charged to their college bill. These charges arenon-refundable and are substantial. Once it goes over to the college billing office, it is out of the libraries' control. Return or renew your items on time to avoid this! The non-refundable policy applies to YOU.