Borrow/loan, renew, return
Anyone over the age of 18 may borrow books from the library. Information about how to sign up for a library card can be found here.
Most of the University Library’s printed materials are available for lending.
The guaranteed lending period is two (2) weeks. After this, the lending period will renew automatically for two weeks at a time up to a maximum of six (6) months for students and twelve (12) months for employees.
You should not request books that are kept on library shelves, but simply collect the books from the shelf.
Remote students can request books for delivery to their specified address.
The guaranteed lending period is two weeks. After this, the lending period will renew automatically for two weeks at a time up to a maximum of six (6) months for students and individuals and twelve (12) months for employees and research fellows.
You must return the books when you receive a reminder.
If you have exceeded the maximum lending period, you can return the books and borrow them again.
The right to borrow and request will lapse if overdue materials are not returned. In order to have any borrowing suspensions lifted, the library user must return the recalled materials or settle any fines.
If you receive a reminder for books borrowed from other libraries, you can contact the library and ask for a renewal request to be submitted.
Books borrowed from the University Library can be returned at any of our libraries. Contact information for our libraries.
Remote students and others who are not nearby can return books by post. The return postage must be covered by the library user. See library addresses.