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Emeriti faculty are granted the same borrowing privileges as current Drew faculty and may continue to use their Drew Faculty/Staff ID Card as their library borrowing card , or obtain a new Emeriti card from the Business Office. and their Drew email address for contacts.  Emeriti faculty must provide the Library's Circulation Department with post-retirement changes in address phone and emailcontact information including addresses and telephone numbers.

Total items a borrower may charge and loan periods

Emeriti faculty may borrow a maximum of 200 books, due on February 14th each year. Reference and periodical items do not circulate.

Renewals

Emeriti Faculty may renew an item four times; , provided the item has not been recalled.   There are three renewal options : use but, if you regularly borrow, we encourage you to ensure that you retain access to the "My Library Account" feature in the online catalog so that books can be renewed online; call the Circulation Supervisor, Renewals, for this interface service. You may also submit a renewal form ; or bring the items to the Circulation Desk. No phone renewals. All materials are subject to recall 30 days after the original charge out date. Items needed for Reserve may be recalled at any time. Emeriti Faculty are subject to fines and replacement charges. For more information about renewing online, see "Renewing a Book".We do not offer telephone renewals but you may also email the Circulation Supervisor of Renewals and he/she will contact regarding your renewal request.

Fines

Overdue and fine notices are sent to Drew University email accounts. Follow-up courtesy phone calls are often also made. The library does not charge daily overdue fees . However, but items overdue for 40 35 days are automatically assumed to be lost and a per item replacement charge is placed against on the borrower's library account. Replacement fee is $75 $100.00 per book. Assumed lost items must be brought to the Circulation Desk for discharging. Once an assumed lost item is returned, the $75 $100.00 fee per item is reduced to a $10 per item administrative chargelesser amount. If the library has purchased a replacement copy, the $75 $100.00 fee is not reduced.

Suspension of Borrowing Privileges

When an item becomes assumed lost all , library borrowing and recall privileges are automatically suspended until either the book has been returned or the replacement fee all assumed lost books are returned and/or all replacement fees are paid.

Recalled Items

Recalls are requests by current Drew faculty, staff, students or Reserves for material charged to another borrower.  Items are subject to recall 30 20 days after the original charge out date. However, items needed for Reserve Reserves may be recalled at any time. Recalls are requests by current Drew faculty, staff, students or Reserves for material charged to another borrower. Recall notices are sent to Drew University email accounts. Follow-up courtesy calls are also often made to Drew campus phone numbers. Students .  All patrons are subject to recall fines and replacement charges. Recall privileges are suspended if a recalled item is not returned promptly.

Recalling an item

To recall an item, complete a recall card at the Circulation Counter. You will be notified when the item has been returned and is on hold for you.