Borrow or Renew Items

Renew or Borrow Items

LCCC students, faculty, staff and community users can borrow books from the LCCC Library and other Ohio libraries that are OhioLINK members. You need a Student ID/Library card. The Circulation Staff will answer your questions about the Library's Circulation Policy.

You will receive electronic library notifications via your LCCC Student Email Address. 

Renew Items

Online

In Person

  • You can use any campus computer to renew library items. Follow the steps for renewing online.
  • The Circulation or Reference staff can also renew items for you. Stop by the desk.

By Phone
Contact the Circulation Staff at 1-800-995-5222 Ext. 4026.

Borrow Items

LCCC Library Items

OhioLINK Items

Loan Period

  • 3 weeks for books, except faculty.
  • Other library items vary.
  • LCCC Students, Staff & Community users:
    3 weeks for books.
  • Faculty: 6 weeks for books
  • Other library items vary.

Renewals

  • Up to 4 renewals, if item has not been requested by someone.
  • Renew online, in person or by phone. See below.
  • Up to 6 renewals for books, if item has not been requested by someone.
  • Renew online, in person or by phone. See below.

Number of Items

  • No limit.

Maximum Item Limit

  • LCCC students:  50
  • Faculty & Staff: 200
  • Community users: 5
Fines
  • 10 cents/day for each item.
  • $5 maximum per item.
  • Lost item: fees vary.
  • 50 cents/day for each item.
  • 30+ days overdue= $50.00.
  • Non-returned/damaged items= $125.00.
  • Loan Periods and Fines are OhioLINK policy.
 

 

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