Lending Policy Reciprocal Borrower
The Library has a mutual use agreements which include reciprocal borrowing services to persons affiliated with other participating institutions: CSU faculty, staff and students; currently enrolled Mt. San Antonio College students, faculty and staff; and most LINK+ libraries.
CSU faculty, staff and student applicants must provide a valid driver license, California ID or an official photo ID and their campus identification card along with a current semester/quarter sticker or fee receipt.
For LINK+ borrowers, an ID from their LINK+ site, for other CSU schools, the CSU school photo ID card and proof of current enrollment are required when completing any type of library transaction. (e.g.; CHECKOUT, RENEWAL or PAY FEES)
A total of 10 books may be borrowed for 28 days. Book(s) can be renewed online using My Library Account, NOT BY PHONE. One or more book(s) overdue, will keep you in delinquent status and no further transactions will be allowed until overdue status is cleared. Reserve books, Periodicals, Audio/Visual Material, Reference, Document Delivery, and other short-term loan items may not be checked out by Reciprocal Borrowers. For more detailed information, see the circulation staff. LINK+ borrowers may check out a total of 15 items at any one time.
LOST BOOK REFUNDS
Only the replacement fee is refundable if the book is returned in good condition and within a one-year of payment date. For a lost LINK+ book, the price is $115.00.
LINK+ overdue fee is $1.00 per book per day (maximum $15.00 per book). Reciprocal overdue fees will be charged: $.15 cents per book per day (maximum $10.00 per book). Fees for lost or unreturned overdue books will be charged per CSU fee schedule; i.e. replacement cost of book, a processing fee, and accrued overdue fine(s).
Failure to return overdue books and/or pay overdue fees will result in temporary loss of borrowing privileges. Repeated or serious infringements may result in permanent loss of borrowing privileges. The home campus will be notified and held responsible for its delinquent patrons. Holds may be placed on students' records, or pay checks may be withheld as the institution sees fit, as well as a collection agency being notified.
In an attempt to limit unauthorized use of library materials, library personnel will record the name and identification number of anyone attempting to leave the library without properly checking out materials. Public guests who are repeat offenders will be forwarded to the Cal Poly Pomona Police Department.
When the eligible affiliation with the sponsoring institution ends.