To return books after (or before) office hours, please use the book drop on the south side of Grant Ave., to the left (west) of the main glass-door entrance, on the south side of the admin building. [Map]
Passed by CMU Faculty Senate
Books, periodicals and most other library materials may be borrowed by all CMU faculty, staff, and students in good standing. Residents of Winnipeg and the surrounding communities are also invited to use the library, provided they adhere to library policies.
ALL CMU Library material MUST be checked out before leaving the library. Course reserve materials must also be signed out, whether the materials remain in the library or not.
Patrons may renew borrowed items online, by telephone, by email or in person, within ten (10) days prior to the due date, provided that item has not been requested by another borrower. All subsequent renewals require presentation of the materials to be renewed at the library circulation desk.
The following charges for materials returned late will be
Lost or Damaged Items
Lost or damaged items are the responsibility of the borrower. We discourage borrowers from lending library materials to friends, family, strangers, or pets. Borrowers will be invoiced the cost of repairing or replacing an item in addition to a $15 processing fee. Lost or damaged items no longer in print will be assessed a minimum fee of $50.00.
Any borrower who returns an item within 30 days of having paid the replacement costs may apply for a refund. The processing fee is not refundable.
Students are responsible for all media equipment they sign out. The expense of replacing or repairing damaged equipment will be borne by the student. For more information on signing out and taking responsibility for media equipment see the CMU Media Workstations F.A.Q. document.
Payment of library fines and of lost or damaged items may be made by cash or cheque. The library is not equipped to handle credit or debit cards.
Library patron records are considered confidential and will not
be disclosed without permission of the patron.
Call (204) 487-3300 ext. 395, or write to John Dyck if you have other questions about circulation policies.
See also Fair Dealing Policy.