1. What are the fines for my overdue Library materials? Fines vary depending on the type of material signed out. Check here for a list of material types and their corresponding fines. 2. I'm sure I returned the book on time, but I was fined anyway. What can I do?
You have the option of appealing if you have not yet paid the fine. Check here for information on the Fines Appeal Procedures.
3. Will I be allowed to sign out more items if I have unpaid fines?
Anyone (other than a U of L undergraduate or graduate student) who owes more than $10.00 will not be allowed further borrowing privileges until money is paid to decrease the fine to less than $10.00. Fines must be totally paid off each semester.
4. How can I find out how much I owe in fines? Choose any one of the following:
5. Will I receive any advance reminders when it is time to return my Library materials? Yes, you will receive a courtesy notice via email for any items that have a loan period of 7 days or longer.To ensure that you receive courtesy notices, please check with the General Services Desk staff to ensure we have your email address in our database. 6. How can I pay my fine if I am not able to come into the Library?
U of L Undergraduate and Graduate Students:
All other patrons may choose the following methods:
Content Revised: November 20, 2018