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Last updated by jpcooper on 09/11/2014
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Last updated by jpcooper on 11/08/2013
Last updated by jpcooper on 09/08/2014
There are 2 book drops available for your convenience to turn in library materials when the library is closed. One book drop is located to the left of the front entrance to the library. There is also a drive up book drop located in front of the Eskenazi Herron School of Art and Design (735 W. New York St). If the library is open, we encourage you to return materials directly to the Circulation Desk. If there is ever a line, there is a book drop slot located to the side of the Circulation Desk where you can return items. You can also return items at any library within the IU system.
Last updated by jpcooper on 02/21/2014
Effective June 5, 2008
This Code of Conduct acknowledges that University Library fulfills an important educational function in the University. Educational settings require special considerations, including the priority that must be placed on supporting the University's educational mission. The purpose of this document is to address conduct expectations for library users so that University Library can meet its mission.
Last updated by jpcooper on 07/09/2014
IUPUI Students, faculty and staff may place hold requests online for delivery of materials to another library using the 'Request Delivery' fuction in IUCAT. Materials that are already checked out may not be requested.
Last updated by pamoffet on 10/16/2013
Borrowing materials from the IUPUI University Library is considered a privilege rather than a right. Lending periods and borrowing privileges vary according to the status of the user, but the use of a valid borrower's card to check out materials implies agreement by the borrower to abide by the assigned due dates and to return the materials in good order. Failure to meet either condition may result in fines and/or the loss of borrowing privileges.
|Status||Loan Period ||Borrowing Limits*||Audio Visual Loan Period||A/V Borrowing Limits ||Overdue Limits ||Computer Guest Accounts ||Interlibrary Loan Service ||Special Limits ||Fine Limits |
Last updated by jpcooper on 12/10/2012