Some Regional Campus Libraries may also accept payment for fines at their individual circulation desks. Please see their websites or contact them to find out.
Fines that have been invoiced and submitted to the Bursar's Office are payable through the Bursar's Office or at the Library. Fines that have not been invoiced may be submitted to the Bursar's Office upon request, in person, at the Circulation Desk. Fines submitted to the Bursar's Office, either by request or automatically, will not clear from a patron's library record until they are paid either online or at the Bursar's Office.
Where grace periods are applicable, fines will not be assessed for items returned or renewed within their grace period. If an item is returned after the grace period, the fine will accrue from the most recent due date (not the end of the grace period), for the entire period the item is overdue.
Two-hour Reserve and Periodicals have a ten (10) minute grace period. If the item is returned after the grace period, the fine will accrue from the most recent time due (not the end of the grace period) for the entire period the item is overdue.
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