Students with overdue books don’t have to pay fines at the Keith Leftwich Memorial Library on campus. They just need to bring the books back.
Instead of fines, the library staff places an academic hold on the student’s college records, said Barbara King, director of Learning Resource Center.
Students are allowed to check out 10 books at a time, and the standard check-out time is two weeks with two renewals. If no renewals are made on the borrowed material, the hold comes into play. An academic hold makes it impossible for students to enroll in courses for the following semester, King said. The students are also denied access to their academic records, which means they cannot receive a copy of their transcript.Read More