Loans will be made to the following individuals:
- Members of the UVM community presenting a valid UVM ID.
- UVM Medical Center employees presenting a valid UVM Medical Center badge.
- Health Research Associates with a current HRA membership.
UVM and UVM Medical Center affiliates may check out a maximum of 100 items from the circulating collections of the UVM Libraries at any one time.
HRAs may check out a maximum of 10 items from the circulating collections of UVM Libraries at any one time, for up to 60 days.
Students enrolled at other colleges do not have borrowing privileges even if they are Vermont residents.
All persons not permitted direct loans as defined above must obtain books through their local library as an interlibrary loan.
General Borrowing Privileges
You may use any library on campus subject to the policies governing that specific library. You may use non-circulating materials (reference) in the library. You may make use of other library services, such as reference assistance and photocopy machines. Your card is non-transferable and may be used only in person.
|Materials:||Loan period||Renewable *|
|Books||60 days||1 time|
|Media||4 weeks||3 times|
|Unbound journals||2 hours/overnight||0|
Holds and Searches
If you cannot locate a book on the shelf, check CATQuest to see if the book has been checked out to someone. You will be notified when the requested book has been returned, and it will be held for you at the Main Desk for seven days.
If the book is not on the shelf and is not checked out to someone, please request that a search be conducted by notifying staff at the Main Desk.
Any library material you have checked out may be recalled for use by a UVM student, faculty member, or staff member. If you do not return a recalled item by the date indicated on the recall notice, you will be charged a $10 recall overdue fee, and you will lose borrowing privileges until the book is returned to the library.
Although we do not recall books for alumni borrowers, we will place a hold on an item.
Overdue Materials, Fines, and Replacement Charges
All library users are subject to overdue charges if an item is not returned by the due date. A due date is stamped in the back of each charged item. Failure to receive overdue notices does not excuse a user from overdue charges. If you do not promptly return books, you will incur late charges.
If you do not return an item within seven days of the due date, you will incur an overdue transaction charge of $10.00 for each overdue item. Cost of replacement is based on the item price. Cost adjustments are made for expensive items or items that may have to be searched for and obtained from the out-of-print book market.
For more information
For more information about borrowing materials, please email the Dana Medical Library at email@example.com.