Answered By: Daniel Dylla Last Updated: Mar 02, 2016 Views: 146
Not all books in the library follow the same rules because we categorize them differently. There are three common types that you will see: Circulating, Reference, and Reserve.
Circulating books are the most common -- these books may leave the library and be checked out for up to three (3) weeks. They may also be renewed twice for three (3) weeks each, as long as no one else is waiting for the book. This means that, in total, a book could be checked out for up to nine (9) weeks.
Reserve books are for in-library use only, and have a checkout period of one (1) to two (2) hours from the Circulation Desk. Reference books are often on their own shelf and may be used without contacting the library. Both of these types must remain in the library.
From our Loan Guidelines:
126.96.36.199 Circulating books are loaned for a period of three weeks.
188.8.131.52 Books may be renewed twice for additional three-week periods unless they have been placed on hold for another library patron.