Redefining the Classroom

Interlibrary Loan Policies

Materials borrowed from another library through interlibrary loan (ILL) are due back on the date assigned by the lending library. Patrons needing additional time may request an extension. If the lending library does not grant an extension the item must be returned. If it does, the due date is extended to the new date assigned by the lending library.

Materials not returned by the due date may be subject to a fine. After one notification or reminder to the patron that an item is overdue, a bill is requested from the lending institution for the replacement cost and any additional fees they charge, and is sent to the patron. When ILL materials are not returned, relations with the lending library can be jeopardized, therefore the KJS Library may levy an additional fine and place a hold on student transcripts and registration. In addition, the patron may be restricted to library use only for any ILL materials borrowed in the future.

Patrons with outstanding charges or overdue materials will lose their library privileges. Students will have a HOLD placed on their records with the Registrar's Office. In concert with the policies of Bayliss Public Library, community users with unpaid fines of $5 or more will have their library privileges revoked. These privileges include: checking out library materials, interlibrary loan services, A-V services, and use of library equipment (computers, copiers, and printers).

Questions regarding overdue charges or bills should be directed to the Circulation Desk Supervisor (T. Yelverton-Johnson 635-2817), or the supervising librarian ( M. June 635-2862).