Answered By: Nava Cohen -- PHSC Last Updated: May 19, 2020 Views: 159
**Please note that during COVID-19 precautions we are currently updating our system with overdue notices. You may get an overdue notice, but we are working with our system to extend all due dates to end of term -- May 18, 2020. **
All overdue notices for library materials are sent using your school Gmail account. You must login to your Gmail to see any notices. If you receive an overdue notice, you can call any campus library and ask to have your items renewed for another three weeks. The Libraries do not charge fines for overdue books, but we do send out reminders when an item goes past its due date. You can renew your own books online before they are due by going to the the library catalog and logging into your account using your borrower ID and pin.
If you no longer need the book, you can return it to any campus library and your record will be cleared. Books that are overdue for more than 30 days go into a lost status, and you may receive a bill for the items. An official bill comes from the college business office and is sent via U.S. Mail. Simply return the books to any campus library to clear your record of the lost status.
A hold is put on your college account if a book is considered lost.