Borrower’s Responsibilities

Borrowers are responsible for reading and honoring the library’s email notices in a timely fashion. Failure to do so does not override any library policies or procedures. Furthermore, patrons are urged to monitor their My Millennium accounts so as to insure that due dates are respected.

Admission to the library is conditional upon observation of the policies upheld therein, and the staff of the library is empowered to enforce these regulations. Persistent failure to observe library rules may result in the withdrawal of access to library facilities, and the matter may be referred to the Library Director.

Patrons should inform the Circulation Desk of a change of address, whether permanent or temporary. Similarly, changes of email address, phone number, or any other pertinent info should be communicated in as prompt a manner as possible.

Books and other library resources must not be removed from the library unless the loan has been duly recorded by a member of the library staff. To that end, all loans necessitate the patron’s ID card. Furthermore, AUI ID cards are not transferable; the member named on each card is responsible for the items borrowed on it, and is liable for the cost of replacement in the event of loss or damage.

Borrowing privileges will be suspended for overdue items, unpaid fines, and any other repeated infractions. Privileges may also be suspended if other library policies are not consistently honored.