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Borrowing Privileges

Borrower Groups & Loan Periods


All loans are subject to recall if required by other patrons. Recalled items will be due 7 days from the date of recall. If an item is borrowed which already has previous requests on it, then the current borrower will get a 14 day loan period.

Borrower Item Loan Period
Faculty (including Adjunct Faculty, Emeriti)

(Faculty can borrow max. of 500 items; Sessional can borrow max. of 100 items)

Books
Government Publications
Faculty - academic year
Sessional - end of current semester
Electronic Databases & Journals Unrestricted Access
Serials (including Serials in Basement Storage) End of current semester
Audio-Visual Material End of current semester
Laptop computer 3 Days - (due by noon on their due date)
iPads 7 Days - (due by noon on their due date)
Music compact discs End of current semester
Reference
Micromaterials
Theses and Special collections
In Library Use Only
Provincial Heritage Languages Collection End of current semester
Physical Reserve Items 2 hours, 3 hours, overnight (due next day at noon), 3 days, or 7 days
Undergraduate Student

(Undergraduates can borrow max. of 100 items)

Books
Government Publications
End of current semester
Electronic Databases & Journals Unrestricted Access
Serials (including Serials in Basement Storage) End of current semester

Audio-Visual Material

End of current semester
Laptop computer 3 Days - (due by noon on their due date)

iPads

7 Days - (due by noon on their due date)
Music compact discs End of current semester
Reference
Micromaterials
Theses and Special collections
In Library Use Only
Provincial Heritage Languages Collection End of current semester
Physical Reserve Items 2 hours, 3 hours, overnight (due next day at noon), 3 days, or 7 days
Graduate Students &
Non-Teaching Staff

(Grads can borrow max. of 200 items
Staff can borrow max. of 500 items)

Books
Government Publications
End of current semester
Electronic Databases & Journals Unrestricted Access
Serials (including Serials in Basement Storage) End of current semester
Audio-Visual Material End of current semester
Laptop computer 3 Days - (due by noon on their due date)
iPads 7 Days - (due by noon on their due date)
Music compact discs End of current semester
Reference
Micromaterials
Theses and Special Collections
In Library Use Only
Provincial Heritage Languages Collection End of current semester
Physical Reserve Items 2 hours, 3 hours, overnight (due next day at noon), 3 days, or 7 days
Visiting Scholar

(can borrow max. of 50 items)

Books
Government Publications
End of current semester
Electronic Databases & Journals
On-Campus Access Only
Serials (including Serials in Basement Storage) End of current semester
Audio-Visual Material End of current semester
Laptop computer 3 Days - (due by noon on their due date)
iPads 7 Days - (due by noon on their due date)
Music compact discs  End of current semester
Reference
Micromaterials
Theses and Special Collections
In Library Use Only
Provincial Heritage Languages Collection End of current semester
Alumni*, APEGS, Saskatchewan Health, Public Access, Reciprocal Borrowers, and Grade 12 Advanced Placement Students

Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) students requiring borrowing privileges may purchase a public access card.

(Max 50 items can be borrowed; Reciprocal borrowers can borrow max 25. items)

Books
Government Publications
End of current semester
Electronic Databases & Journals
On-Campus Access Only
Serials In Library Use Only
Audio-Visual Material In Library Use Only
Laptop computer Not Available
iPads Not Available
Music compact discs In Library Use Only
Reference
Micromaterials
Theses and Special Collections
In Library Use Only
Provincial Heritage Languages Collection End of current semester

You may renew your items online by clicking on My Library Account at http://www.uregina.ca/library
or bringing them to the Library Help Desk for staff to renew. 

Courtesy Notices are sent to your email address.

Basement Storage Information


The Basement Storage area of the Dr. John Archer Library is not open to library clients.

Requests for materials stored here, may be placed in person by filling out a Basement Storage request form available at the Library Help Desk of the Dr. John Archer Library.

All items requested by 3:45 p.m. if available, will be retrieved by Circulation Services staff and will be available for pickup at the Dr. John Archer Library Library Help Desk by 4:30 p.m. the same day. Requests received after 3:45 p.m. will be available with the next day's requests.

Items will be returned to the Basement Storage locations after remaining unclaimed on the shelf for 1 week, or after they have been viewed.

For inquiries, contact the Library Help Desk at: 306-585-4133 before coming to the library to pick up the item.

Provincial Heritage Languages Collection