During our current closure, USG books may only be recalled by Priddy Library (not other borrowers).
The same may not apply to books owned by other libraries.
If you receive a recall notice, we recommend contacting the owning library for more information.
A "Recall" of library materials is when a borrower's loan is shortened due to need for the item.
This could be because the owning library needs it back, or it could be another individual has requested it.
A recall usually changes the due date to either 14 days from date of recall or the remainder of the current loan, whichever is shorter.
In the event that an item is recalled by a library, rather than an individual, this may differ.
Recalled items cannot be renewed.
Any item can be recalled at any time.
The library system sends out automated courtesy notices for recalled items.
All automatic communications from the system are sent as a courtesy. Failure to receive one does not constitute justification for failure to return an item on-time.
Borrowers can always check the status of their items using the My Account section of the library catalog.
All items' current due dates will appear on the "Items borrowed / renewals" section.
When books are recalled by individuals, the copy that has been on loan the longest is recalled first.