Pay Library Fines

Don’t let money you owe the library keep you from graduating!

Check your library account to see if you owe anything.

If you do have overdue fines, here’s how you can take care of them:

  • in person at the Library Services Desk with your Tiger 1 card
  • online with your Tiger 1 card, credit card, or by using your checking or savings account

If you do have fines, pay them by Monday, November 12. If you want to know more, go to our services page and click on what you are; faculty, staff, grad student, undergrad, etc.

Pay Library Fines by Tuesday, April 10

MoneyBagDon’t let money you owe the library keep you from graduating!

Check your library account to see if you owe anything.

If you do have overdue fines, here’s how you can take care of them:

  • in person at the Library Services Desk with your Tiger 1 card
  • online with your Tiger 1 card, credit card, or by using your checking or savings account

If you do have fines, pay them by 10pm on Tuesday, April 10. If you want to know more, go to our services page and click on what you are; faculty, staff, grad student, undergrad, etc.

Changes to Circulation Policies

Well, that’s just fancy way of saying we’ve changed the amount of time or the amount of things you can check out.

Good news first — You can now check out up to 10 popular reading items (books & audiobooks) at one time. The amount of time you can keep the items will remain the same. These items now have the same check-out limits as other media items (DVDs, CDs) located in Learning Commons West.

Not so good news — The number of days Virtual Reality equipment can be checked out will decrease from 7 days to 3 days. We are changing this due to the extremely long wait list – it’s consistently been over 20 weeks for most items since we started circulating them last January! A shorter checkout period will allow more of you to experiment with the technology, which we’ve been told is the primary reason for checkout.

In relation to VR equipment, you might also want to know about the new Clemson Immersive Space in Watt 308. This is a student-led initiative and offers a place you can visit to try out VR equipment and ours is all checked out.

Pay Library Fines Today, Nov. 13!

MoneyBagDon’t let money you owe the library keep you from graduating!

Check your library account to see if you owe anything.

If you do have overdue fines, here’s how you can take care of them:

  • in person at the Library Services Desk with your Tiger 1 card
  • online with your Tiger 1 card, credit card, or by using your checking or savings account

If you do have fines, pay them by 3:00pm todayMonday, November 13. If you want to know more, go to our services page and click on what you are; faculty, staff, grad student, undergrad, etc.

Don’t worry! Everything will be fine!

BIOL Bone Boxes are Back

Hey BIOL 3150 students! The bone boxes are back for checkout. We have boxes for upper limbs, lower limbs, cranial, and miscellaneous.

They are on reserve for 2 Hour Library Use Only loan period with no renewals. Since the boxes are very popular and often have a wait list, you can also go to AnatomyTv to study.

Ask for them at the Library Services Desk.

Service Desk Hours on Eclipse Day

On Monday, August 21, in order for library employees to be able to view the eclipse, the following service desks may be closed briefly:

Library Services Desk (Cooper Library)
Closed 2-3pm
Please do not leave technology items on the desk for return.

Special Collections & Archives (currently located in Cooper Library)
Closing at 12:30 pm on Monday, August 21 and reopening at 8:30am on Tuesday, August 22.

Education Media Center (Tillman Hall)
Closed 2:15-3:45pm

Gunnin Architecture Library (Lee Hall)
Open 8:00-4:30, no closing time.

Announcing Longer Loan Periods

We told you about longer loan periods for PASCAL books.

We’ve made the loan periods for our materials longer too.

Circulating books & documents:

Journals, Newspapers, & magazines:

  • Increase from 3 days to 7 days

Popular Reading & Audiobooks:

  • Increase from 4 weeks to 6 weeks

CDs, DVDs, VHS:

  • Increase from 4 weeks to 6 weeks

Maps:

  • Increase from 2 days to 7 days

If you have questions about checking out materials or anything else, please Ask A Librarian.

Adulting 101: A Virtual Display

Our themed book displays have been very successful, so we’re trying something a little different — virtual book displays!

What’s a virtual book display? Well, let me explain. Instead of filling a shelf with the physical books, we’ve pulled together a list of books and other materials about a topic on our Virtual Display guide. Browse the page, select a title you’re interested in, click the request button to the right of the screen and follow the prompts. We’ll pull the item for you and hold it at the Information Services desk in Cooper, or route it to the library location of your choice. We’ll contact you via email when your request is ready and you’ll have 7 days to pick up the item.

Sounds pretty cool, right?

Our first topic is something we can all use help with sometimes — Adulting.

So click on over and let our Adulting 101 display help you out.