Answered By: Fredda Owens
Last Updated: Sep 13, 2016     Views: 102

If you lose or damage a library item, you will be billed the cost of the item ($75 average) plus any overdue fines (25¢ per day per item) and the processing fee ($25). You will receive a bill for any material that is 45 days overdue. If the item is found within six months, you will be reimbursed the fees but not any overdue fines.

In order to replace a lost or damaged item, you must purchase an item of the same edition or later. You must also pay any extra fees associated with the item (such as a binding fee if a paperback is substituted for a hard-bound) plus the processing fee and any applicable overdue fines. Popular reading audiobooks cannot be replaced by patrons and will be ordered by the library.

If you have questions, please contact the Library Services Desk in Cooper Library 864-656-1557 or the Architecture Library 864-656-3393.