Answered By: Main Library Last Updated: Aug 31, 2015 Views: 26
Material must be returned in the same condition as when it was checked out. Borrowers may not write in books, turn down page corners, or use "post-it"-type notes/flags. Borrowers are financially responsible for damage that occurs while material is checked out to them. To protect themselves, borrowers who notice damage before checking out material should bring it to the attention of the Circulation Supervisor, who will note the damage and flag it for repair upon return. Borrowers are also financially responsible for material that is lost or stolen while checked out to them, so checked out items should never be left unattended.