A Seventh-day Adventist Organization

Library Policies

Circulation desk phone number: (909) 558-4550
Reference desk phone number: (909) 558-4588
Location in the library: lobby level, near the main library entrance

Borrowing from the Del E. Webb Memorial Library
Borrowing from other academic libraries-IEALC
Friends of the Library
Library access and use
Reserve material checkout
Study rooms and carrels
Photocopying

Borrowing material from Del E. Webb Memorial Library

Affiliated users

Students, faculty, and staff at Loma Linda University/Medical Center and other affiliated entities have borrowing privileges at the Del E. Webb Memorial Library.

Loan periods:

Journals: library use only
General materials: 28 days
Reserves: two hours to seven days
Reference: library use only
Heritage: library use only

Renewal:

Books may be renewed in person at the circulation desk by calling (909) 558-4550, or you may renew online by viewing your circulation record on or before the due date. (Enter your name, barcode, and PIN number in the form to access this service.)

Overdue charges:

Main circulating collection:
Regular checkout is for 28 days with a 14-day grace period; $1.00 per day fine per item accrues from the due date. Twenty days after the due date the book will be delinquent. Charges for the book and processing will be added to the fines if the book has not been returned.

Reserve books:
7-day: 1-day grace period; $2.00 per day fine accrues from the due date
3-day: 1-day grace period; $2.00 per day fine accrues from the due date
1-day: 4-hour grace period; $0.50 fine per hour or fraction of an hour accrues from the time due
2-hour: 15-minute grace period; $1.00 fine per hour or fraction of an hour accrues from the time due

Borrowing for nonaffiliated users -- Friends of the Library

Nonaffiliated library users may check out books by purchasing a Friends of the Library card for $75. The card entitles the owner to one year of book check-out privileges (a limit of three outstanding at a time).

Photocopying

Photocopier location

Photocopiers are located by the computer terminals on third floor in the red business center area.

Photocopy cards

Photocopy cards may be purchased at vending machines on third floor or at the circulation desk. There is a $1 card deposit. Cards may be returned to the circulation desk for a refund of the $1 deposit.

At the circulation desk, students may charge cards to their student accounts, and departments may purchase cards by requisition. Cards may also be purchased with checks at circulation.

Photocopy prices

Black and white copies are charged at $0.05 a page. Color copies $0.25 per page.  All photocopying must be paid for using a photocopy card; cash is no longer accepted.  See the circulation desk for purchasing a photocopy card.

Reserves

View course reserves

By professor | By course number

Place material on reserve

Guidelines for placing items on reserve (for faculty use)
Reserve request form - Faculty, fill out and submit with reserve material.

Reserve checkout and overdue policy

Items are placed on reserve both by the library and by University faculty for specific use in courses.

Checkout periods for reserve material may be 2 hours, 1 day, 3 days or 7 days, depending on the item. A maximum of five items may be checked out at any one time. Immediate renewal of reserve material is not permitted.
Reserve overdue fines:
7-day: 1-day grace period; $2.00 per day fine accrues from the due date
3-day: 1-day grace period; $2.00 per day fine accrues from the due date
1-day: 4-hour grace period; $0.50 fine per hour or fraction of an hour accrues from the time due
2-hour: 15-minute grace period; $1.00 fine per hour or fraction of an hour accrues from the time due

Study rooms

Individual and group (must be two or more) study rooms are available for the use of Loma Linda University students. Student ID is required. Room checkout time is an approximate two hour period (1.5 to 2.5 hours).  The rooms are always due on the hour.  The fine schedule is the same as a 2 hour reserve.  Rooms are booked on a first-come, first-served basis at the circulation desk.

Study carrels

Graduate students actively involved in research may check out study carrels for one quarter.