The library sends a variety of notices, to library users, via postal mail (default). However, library users may choose to receive notices by email.
Most common notices are:
Library notices are sent as courtesy. The library is not responsible for notices not delivered, either by postal mail or by email. Not receiving a notice, such as an overdue notice or a bill, does not absolve the borrower from his/her responsibility to return materials on time, pay charges, etc.
Email Option for Receiving Library Notices
Library users may choose to receive most notices via email. Choosing this option allows quick receipt of library notices, such as overdue notices or hold pickup notices. See above for deatil on types and delivery of notices
To receive library notices by email, complete an Email Option for Circulation Notices Form at the JFK or Riverpoint Campus Library circulation desks.
Note: The library does not receive updated address, phone, or email information from the Registrar's Office. Always let the library know promptly if there is a change with your address, telephone, or email address.
The library is not responsible for notices not delivered, either by postal mail or by email.
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