Answered By: Judi Moreno MLS, CAS Literacy Ed. Last Updated: May 05, 2017 Views: 2
Students are responsible for managing all the material they borrow from Central Maine Community College and other libraries.
Books and Media borrowed from CMCC: Overdue notices are sent to your CMCC email on the 1st and 8th days after the material is due. A bill is mailed 21 days after the material is due. The bill reflects the replacement cost of the items plus a $15 non-refundable fee.
Reserves Overdue notices are sent to your CMCC email on the 1st day and the 2nd day after the material is due. A bill is mailed on the 3rd day after the reserve is due. The bill reflects the replacement cost of the items plus a $15 non-refundable fee.
Material borrowed from other libraries. Students are responsible for any fees/fines from other libraries plus a $15 non-refundable fee.
Bills are forwarded to the Business Office to be added to a student’s record for payment. If a student returns a billed Central Maine Community College Library item, the replacement cost is cancelled from the student’s bill, the processing fee, however, is not. Students who have any outstanding library fines and/or fees will have their borrowing privileges suspended, they will also not be able to register for classes, receive their grades, diplomas, and transcripts.
Overdue notices are only sent as a courtesy, and if you believe you didn't receive an overdue notice, that does not mean you are not responsible for returning the material on time.