Answered By: Walter Betts
Last Updated: May 17, 2016     Views: 63

The library provides the following types of reminder notices for your convenience:

Courtesy
A courtesy notice is emailed 3 to 4 days prior to your materials due date. A link to renew your items will be in the email. Not all items can be renewed.

Recall
You may receive a recall notice on an item you have checked out. You can receive this notice after you have had the item for 14 days.

Overdue (Fine)
An overdue notice is emailed after the due date has expired. It will let you know which items are to be returned. A second notice is emailed after the item(s) have been overdue for 11 days.

Lost
A lost notice is emailed 22 days after the due date. Receipt of a lost notice indicates that the library has forwarded the information to TCU Financial Services to begin billing. The cost to replace material will be billed in addition to accumulated fines. If you locate and return the materials the lost charges will be refunded.

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