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How long can I keep an Interlibrary Loan?

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That is strictly up to the owning library.  The average time is three weeks, and some libraries will renew one time.  Renewals may be requested from within your account a few days before your due date.  You may want to find another source if you need a book for a semester long project.

ILLiad will send out an e-mail reminder on or before your due date, then overdue notices.  Your ILLiad account is automatically blocked after the third notice.

We attach a paper band listing the due date to the front of all books.  Books returned after the due date are subject to an overdue fine: 

The first and second days after the due date are $.50 each.  The third and following days are $1.00 per day.  We do charge fines even when the Library is closed, and on holidays.

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