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Answered By: Christine Andresen
Last Updated: Mar 11, 2019     Views: 100

Details about Joyner and Music Library overdue fines and grace periods may be viewed in the General Circulating Procedures: https://library.ecu.edu/services/general-circulation-procedure/

To determine if you have a fine:

  • Login to the library catalog's My Account.
  • Instructions for your User ID and PIN are on the login page, along with phone numbers if you need assistance. 
  • Review your account.

Fines are charged for all overdue library materials (books, reserve items, DVDs, CDs, circulating equipment, etc.). 

There is a five-day grace period in which to return regular circulating books, scores, and federal documents without fines. If the library item is returned after this period has passed, fines will be charged starting with the first day the library item was overdue.

  • This grace period does NOT apply to reserve items and circulating equipment. Fifteen-minute grace periods occur for 12-hour, externally circulating equipment and Reserve items. Fines for all other materials begin as soon as they become overdue.

 

Laupus Library policies can be viewed here: Laupus Library Circulation Policy

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