What you need to know about borrowing.
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Contact the Information Desk with any follow up questions.
How do I place a hold or recall on a book?
When you find an item in the catalog that you would like to put on hold at Robert L. Bogomolny Library, have recalled from a user that has it checked out, or request from a University System of Maryland & Affiliated Institutions library to be delivered to Robert L. Bogomolny Library, simply click on the "Request" button and follow the directions.
Note: UBalt alumni may use the catalog to hold/recall books available at UMBC's library, the UBalt Law Library, or Robert L. Bogomolny Library. Click the "Request" button in the catalog, select "Other" under "Please choose your campus affiliation," then login using your library barcode number and last name.
Other University and Public Library material loans will be handled through your Interlibrary Loan account. Contact Access Services staff for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org | 410-837-4283
Bring your valid Bee Card or a University System of Maryland institution ID card and any material you would like to borrow to the Information Desk at the Robert L. Bogomolny Library to check items out.
DVDs are only available to UBalt students, faculty, staff or alumni.
Books and government documents: Can be checked out for 4 weeks with up to 2 renewals for a potential 12 week period.
Media (DVD and VHS): A total of 5 items can be checked out at any one time for 10 days (UBalt students, faculty, staff and alumnus only).
Reserves: Most reserves are in-library use only, with a two-hour limit. A reserve may be renewed if it has not been requested by another patron. Outside-library use is determined by the instructor.
Books: Reference and Special Collection materials do not circulate except in rare cases through approval of the Reference department.
Laptops: 4 hour loan, in use library only, may be renewed one time.
Gaming Console & Games, Board Games: 6 hour loan, in use library only, may be renewed one time.
Periodicals: Periodicals (magazines, journals, newspapers) do not circulate.
Government Documents: Documents that have been checked-out before can circulate. Previously uncirculated documents must be approved for circulation by the librarian on duty.
Reserves: Up to three reserve items may be checked out at the same time; in-library use only.
You can view your library account to see what items you have checked out to you and when they are due.
You can view your library account to renew items that you currently have checked out. If item(s) do not renew successfully, contact Circulation desk for details.
Books can be returned to the Information desk on the 1st floor of Robert L. Bogomolny Library during open hours. Outside book drop located on Oliver Street, by side entrance.
You may request a return receipt but will not receive a receipt without requesting.
Books & Media Items: $0.25 per day from the due date. The maximum fine is $20.00
iPad/iPad Mini: $10 per day from the due date. The maximum fine is $549.
Laptops: $20 fine for unauthorized removal from library.
Gaming Console/Games: $20 fine for unauthorized removal from library.
Bamboo Pen Set: $20 fine for unauthorized removal from library.
Reserves: In-library reserves: $5.00 fine for unauthorized removal from library. Out-of-library reserves: $1.00 per day.
Recalled Items: $1.50/day, up to a maximum fine of $25.00.
Lost/Damaged Item Fees:
Books/Media Items: $125
Government Documents: $25
Game Console: $200
Bamboo Pen Set: $200
You can place a recall on a book that is currently checked out by clicking on the yellow Request button for that book in the catalog. The current holder will receive a notice asking him or her to return the book and you will be notified when it becomes available. For more details see Hold-Recall Procedure.
Current University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff have direct borrowing privileges at all University of Maryland System & Affiliated Institutions libraries. Current students may also directly borrow materials from any CCBC campus.
UBalt alumni may borrow books from UBalt Law Library and UMBC with current, valid alumni association card and ID. Click the "Request" button in the catalog, select "Other" under "Please choose your campus affiliation," then login using your library barcode number and last name.