circulation policies are designed to permit prompt and equitable access
to library materials. The staff at circulation service desks are
focused on meeting the research needs of the library's readers.
privileges are automatically accorded to those holding valid JUST photo
identification cards with a current validation sticker. A JUST photo ID
must be presented on request in order to use the Library's facilities
periods and policies vary among libraries and types of materials, so it
is important to check due dates and times marked on materials. The staff
at the circulation desk in each JUST library can explain specific
borrowing guidelines and fine policies or you can visit their Web pages to learn more.
staff provide assistance locating journal, magazine and newspaper
titles in the collection and help using equipment in the Periodicals
The Periodicals Help Desk, located in the Current Issues area on the ground floor, is staffed during most hours when the University Library is open. For telephone inquiries ( Ext. 23663 , 23723 ).
Services Program of the JUST University Library makes available to all
members of the JUST community and, to a lesser extent, to all readers,
the research and subject expertise of JUST's public services librarians,
subject specialists, and archivists.
purpose of the program is to guide students, faculty, staff, and
researchers at point of need to resources that accelerate the process of
identifying and retrieving information for research, study, or personal
In select locations throughout the JUST University Library, reference staff are available to help readers:
answer specific informational questions.
Library maintains print course reserves. All reserve items are listed
in the online catalog and can be searched by Instructor or class.
Print reserves are held at the Reference Desk and are organized by Call Number.
Patrons are asked to provide Reserve staff with Reserve Call Numbers
when requesting materials. Loan periods are determined by library, and
can vary from 2-hour Library Use only to 1 Day check out. Overnight
check-outs must to be returned within one hour of the library opening
the day the item is due.
Fines for overdue reserves are 10 percent for each hour.
Requesting Course Reserves :
may request that items be placed on Course Reserve by submitting a
Reserve Request form, available at the Reference Desk. Before the
material will be used for class. Instructors may place items from the
University Library's collection or their own personal items on reserve.
However, materials owned by another library may not be placed on
reserve. Instructors are encouraged to place no more than two copies of
any item on print reserve.
are removed from reserve and all personal items returned at the end of
every semester. If items need to be kept on Reserve for multiple
semesters, please be sure to note this on the reserve request form.
Due to Copyright
concerns only one article from a book or journal issue may be on
e-reserve at a time. Material which violates any of these guidelines
will not knowingly be made available.