Conestoga student borrowing privileges with external libraries

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Conestoga student borrowing privileges with external libraries

  1. 1. Library Resource Centre Student Borrowing Privileges with External LibrariesRegulations:Conestoga students from specific programs have additional borrowing privileges at externallibraries in other institutions where special arrangements have been made. Students areresponsible for adhering to the borrowing policies and regulations of participating libraries.Misuse of library borrowing privileges will result in fines and/or additional sanctions from theexternal library and/or Conestoga.Sanctions:If a student contacted by an external library fails to resolve issues pertaining to overduematerials and/or fines within 10 business days, the matter will be referred by the externallibrary to Conestoga Library. The following sanctions will be communicated and applied:1) The student will be contacted by Conestoga Library in writing via his/her Conestoga email. This email will include specific information about the outstanding issues with the external library, next steps for remedying the situation, and a deadline for resolution.2) If amends are not made to the satisfaction of the external library by the specified deadline, the following sanctions will be applied: a) All Conestoga Library privileges will be suspended immediately, including borrowing and off-campus access to e-resources. b) Conestoga Library will advise the student’s Program Coordinator of the outstanding loans and/or fees. Contingent to the situation, the Program Coordinator may choose to issue a formal complaint with the VP, Student Affairs, as a violation of the Conestoga Student Code of Conduct. c) The VP, Student Affairs, will determine additional sanctions on a case-by-case basis until all issues are resolved. These sanctions may include withholding transcripts, diplomas, degrees, tuition refunds and/or academic suspension. May 2012

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