Answered By: Jordan Relevo
Last Updated: May 28, 2019     Views: 459

Q: One of my books was recalled. What does that mean?
Answered by: Jordan Relevo

If an item charged to your account is requested by another user, a "recall" can be placed on that item. A recall shortens the length of time that you may borrow a book. If a recall is placed within 10 days of the original due date, the original due date will not change.

Recalls are fined at a rate of $2 a day, with a maximum fine of $25. Login and check your library account to ascertain the new library due date for the recalled item and to avoid incurring fines.

If you have returned the recall and you still need the material, try Borrow Direct.

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