Answered By: Main Library Last Updated: Aug 31, 2015 Views: 42
Some materials cannot be checked out at all, including high-use periodicals published within the last ten years, Art journals, Reference material, Special Collections material, microforms, etc. Limiting use of these high demand materials to the library provides availability to all users. Reserve materials circulate to all borrowers for 2 hours, 24 hours, 3 days, or 7 days (as specified by the MSU instructor). NOTE: Reserve material with a "two hour no overnight" loan period is library-use only. Policies differ in some areas and in some branches.
Loan periods for most other types of library material are shown below:
|Borrowers||Most Books||Dissertations, Theses||Bound Periodicals||Browsing, Careers, Travel, Children's, Business Popular, Business Audio||CDs, Records, Videos, DVDs|
|MSU Graduate Students, Faculty, and Staff||180 days||180 days||21 days||21 days||7 days|
|MSU Undergraduate Students, MSU Student Spouses, & Community Borrowers||21 days||21 days||21 days||21 days||7 days|
For detailed policies, call Circulation at 517/355-2333.
For more information on Lending Policies & Borrower Responsibilities, visit the below link.