|If you need an item beyond its original due date, you can usually renew it. Renewing extends the due date by an amount of time equal to the original borrowing period. You may renew an item in person at the circulation desk, by calling the library at 572-3939, or by renewing online through our catalog. (See Renewing Items Online, below)|
|Items may be renewed two times with some exceptions. Entertainment videos games may not be renewed. Items with holds on them may not be renewed. Items for which a third overdue notice has been generated may not be renewed. Certain high-demand items may also have renewal limitations at the discretion of the library.|
|Renewing Items Online|
Through our catalog it is possible to renew your borrowed items. As indicated in above, there will be times when renewing an item is not permitted. You will receive a message to this effect if you try to renew an item that cannot be renewed. You will not be able to renew online if any item in your account has gone overdue.
In order to use this function, you must first obtain a library PIN (Personal Identification Number). This number in conjunction with your library card number will give you online access to your library records. The PIN number cannot be given out over the phone. You must come to the library with a valid form of identification to receive your PIN.
Once you have your PIN number, you are ready to renew items online:
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