Most items in the library are available for check out.
Books, Audiobooks, Government and State Documents, Scores, Youth
Initial check-out: 6 months; maximum check out time with renewal: 1 year
Initial check-out: 3 days, with one renewal available. Available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Patrons may only check out one locker at a time. (Location
. Read the Lockers' Policy
Popular Reading and New Books
Initial check-out: 28 days; maximum check out time with renewal: 84 days
CD, DVDs, and Games
Initial check-out: 14 days; maximum check out time with renewal: 28 days
Reference and periodicals
Initial check-out: 3 days; maximum check out time with renewal: 9 days
- Maximum concurrent items check-out: 50 total, including up to 7 DVDs, 15 CDs, and 5 LPs.
- Maximum of over-due items before account is blocked: 4
Overdue and Fines
Items in long overdue status (30 to 60 days depending on the item) will result in replacement costs and a $10 Lost Item Processing Fine for each long overdue item assessed to your library account. You will also be blocked from checking out additional material from the library until long overdue items are returned or replacement charges are paid.
The Lost Item Processing Fine of $10 will be billed to Student Accounts immediately. Replacement costs will be waived if items are returned within 60 days past the due date.
After 60 days overdue, replacement costs for the items are assessed at Student Accounts. You will receive notice of outstanding charges from Student Accounts at this point forward. All blocks and charges associated with this bill are removed, and you may check out items again.
Overdue notices for short-term loans—items that circulated for 7 days or less—will vary by the length of the loan.
If you return the item before the bill has been paid at Student Accounts, it is at the library director’s discretion to issue a credit to Student Sccounts. No refunds will be issued if the item is returned after payment has already been made to Student Accounts—no exceptions.
If you leave employment at Arkansas Tech University, any outstanding library charges may be deducted from your final paycheck.
Email notifications will be the primary way the library will communicate overdue notices. You may also sign-in to your library account
to check outstanding loans and due dates.