All fines and charges associated with library material will be paid at your campus’ Accounts Receivable office, or by credit card online for those with an OASIS account. Please allow 72 hours for library fines to transfer to Accounts Receivable. Fines/credits do not transfer over the weekends and Friday transactions may not appear on the Banner/OASIS account until Monday.
Fine Amounts Quick Reference
|Circulating Books / UBorrow||$.50/day. Loss or damage of Uborrow materials borrowed from other libraries is established by the lending institution and transferred to the borrower.|
|InterLibrary Loan||$.50/day (plus immediate suspension of ILL privileges)
$20 service charge after 10 days. Loss or damage of materials borrowed from other libraries is established by the lending institution and transferred to the borrower.
|DVDs / Videos||$2/day, with a $10 maximum|
(3-hours, 1,3,7-day loans)
|$5/hour with a $25 maximum. Item considered lost after 5 hours (full value of book due +fines)
3 hour reserves are overdue after 5 minutes.
After 5 hours laptop billed as lost with a $20 non-refundable processing fee.
|Group Study Room Keys||$20/hour
Due at end of your booking.
|Digital Media Commons equipment (Cameras, microphones, tripods, etc)||$5/hour per item|
After 3 weeks, all books are subject to recall. If a book is recalled, recall due dates supersede the original due date. FINES ARE BASED ON THE RECALL DUE DATE. Recall fee is $.50 per day, IN ADDITION TO ANY REGULAR FINES.
You are responsible for lost material replacement costs. To avoid additional fine accrual, report any lost materials at our online lost item declaration form. Failure to return or renew overdue materials also results in their being deemed “lost” and billed to you. Whether declared lost or deemed “lost” by default, you will be billed replacement costs for the item and/or any applicable transaction fees or fines.
Dispute a Fine
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Payment of Library Fines
Payments made online to USF OASIS/Banner accounts cannot be specifically designated to pay library fines. If you wish to ensure a payment is applied directly to a library fine balance, payments can be made in one of the following ways with a request that the payment be designated for library fines:
- Pay the fine in person at the Cashier’s office (SVC 1038).
- Send payment to the Cashier’s office by mail with a copy of the library invoice.