All 3-week materials may be renewed one time. Other items are non-renewable. Renewals can be made via your library account online, in person, by telephone.
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|Loan Periods for||Books||DVDs||Laptops** / Calculators** / Headphones /||Course Reserves||Government Documents||Interlibrary Loan|
|Currently Enrolled Students||3 weeks||1 week||4 hours||2 hours||3 weeks||4 weeks|
|Faculty||105 days||1 week||4 hours||2 hours||3 weeks||4 weeks|
|Staff / Admin / Trustees||105 days||1 week||4 hours||2 hours||3 weeks||4 weeks|
|County Residents (with borrowing card)||3 weeks||1 week||headphones only, no borrowing (except for enrollment test preparation by special arrangement with Testing Services)||no borrowing||no borrowing||no borrowing|
|Alumni||3 weeks||1 week||headphones only, no borrowing||no borrowing||no borrowing||no borrowing|
** To borrow a laptop or calculator, you must provide a current borrowing card. Laptops and calculators must be returned 15 minutes before the library closes.
We do not charge fines for late items. Fees and replacement costs may be charged for items not returned.
Adult (18+) residents of Montgomery County may borrow materials if they establish a county residents borrowers account by providing proof of residency to the college's Enrollment Services. County Residents should visit the enrollment services windows in College Hall (central campus) or South Hall (west campus), and provide proof of residency. They will be issued a card that can be used in the libraries.
Alumni who live in Montgomery County should opt first for county resident borrowing privileges. Alumni who are not county residents may borrow materials if they establish an alumni account. Non-county-resident alumni should visit the enrollment services windows in College Hall (central campus) or South Hall (west campus) to confirm that they are a former student. They will be issued a card that can be used in the libraries.
Students at Tri-State College Library Cooperative (TCLC) institutions may borrow materials from MCCC libraries for a specified semester. Students should obtain a letter, using this form, from their college librarian stating that they are in good standing at their home college, and will abide by MCCC policies. Bring the signed letter in person to MCCC libraries and library staff will accompany them to enrollment services to create a TCLC borrow's account and be issues a card. A photocopy of the letter should be retained in the library Dean's office.
You can place a hold on an item for pickup at the circulation desk.