BOOKS (does not include Leisure Reading or non-circulating items)
14-day Loan (unless on reserve)
For all borrowers.
Reserve media items circulate for 3 hours/overnight only.
Return books, media, and interlibrary loan materials to the iDesk or Circulation Desk of any Regional Campus Library. Return recalled items directly to the iDesk attendant. Receipts for returned items are available upon request. When the library is closed, books, media, and interlibrary loan materials may be placed in the depository slots at the North and South entrances.
Courtesy notices are sent seven (7) days prior to the item coming due for items with a loan period of 30 days or more. Only one courtesy (reminder) notice is sent. If the item(s) are not returned or renewed by the due date, an overdue notice will follow. Borrowers must take note of the due dates for all items checked out and renew or return them on time.
All library circulation notices are distributed via email. If you use an email address other than a uconn.edu email address, you need to forward your UConn email to your non-University email address. You may do this at: http://netid.uconn.edu or see the UConn FAQ for more information.
If you need assistance, please call the UITS Help Desk at
(860) 486-help (4357).
Suspension of Borrowing Privileges
Privileges are automatically suspended when a borrower:
A suspension is automatically lifted when the condition
causing it is rectified.
Journals are in high demand and do not circulate. Holds may not be placed on journals. Photocopiers and scanners are located throughout the Library.
The identity of the borrower or requestor of a library item and the information contained in individual circulation system patron records are confidential as mandated by State of Connecticut Public Act #76-421.
Such information is maintained in computerized files in order to enable Circulation Services to conduct its normal business:
Individual patron records are accessed by name and/or a non-SSN personal identifier.
Access to an individual’s record is available to:
Access to individual records by any other party, including other library staff who have "no need to know," other University staff, other state or federal employees, or other library patrons, is prohibited.
In unusual circumstance, the CRI Team Leader (or a designated staff member) may act as an intermediary between the borrower and requestor of an item, but the identity of both the borrower and the requestor must be preserved at all times.
Requests for exceptions to this policy must be made to the Vice Provost of University Libraries. Such requests must be in writing and must state the specific purpose for which information is being requested. Exceptions to the policy will not normally be made but may be considered in extreme circumstances.
Access Services is committed to the protection of the right to privacy of all library patrons and the prevention of harassment by other borrowers.