A valid IU ID card must be presented in order to charge our materials in any of the Indiana University Libraries.
The patron is responsible for all materials charged to his/her card.
The patron is responsible for notifying the campus and library immediately if the Crimson card is lost or stolen.
The patron is responsible for notifying the library immediately if there are any changes in name, address, or phone number.
In addition for community library patrons, the patron is responsible for notifying the library immediately if the IU Northwest Library card is lost or stolen. There is a $5.00 charge for replacing borrower’s cards.
Overdue notices are sent as a courtesy. Failing to receive an overdue notice does not absolve a borrower from responsibility should they receive a bill or fine
When materials are not returned within 30 (thirty) days of the due date, a bill for the replacement cost, plus additional fees (see above), are sent to the Library patron.
The patron remains liable for any overdue fines, even if all overdue materials are subsequently returned.
*= Fines accumulate $.25 per day up to a maximum of $25.00 per day.
Unbound periodicals, microfilm, and microfiche are issued from the Periodicals Desk. Patrons must fill out a charge slip before taking materials away from the desk.
Patrons are limited to two periodicals at a time.
Patrons must show an ID before they may take materials from the Periodicals Desk.
Print copies can be made of microfilm and microfiche materials using the reader/printers located in the Periodicals / Microforms department. There is a charge of $.10 (ten cents) per page.
Bound periodicals are located on the second floor of the library.
Periodicals and microforms are to be used only in the library.
Faculty may check out bound volumes or unbound issues for one week. The current issues of periodicals do not circulate. We strongly encourage faculty to use the periodicals in the library rather than checking them out. Your cooperation helps us make sure that materials are available to all our patrons.
Microfilm and microfiche materials do not circulate.