My Library Account lets you access your library info online. Login to REVIEW or RENEW the items you have on loan. You can also check the status of materials requested from other UH libraries or any fine/fee balance by campus.
Circulation Services is located on the first floor of the library. Your UH ID card provides access to library materials and services. This page provides information on borrowing and requesting items, loan periods, how fines and fees are assessed, and general circulation policies.
|General Collection||28 day loan||5 renewals|
|Hawai'i Pacific Collection||14 day loan||1 renewal|
|Media: DVD, CD, etc.||7 day loan||1 renewal|
Login to your library account above to renew materials. Renewals depend on the kind of item, the collection from which the item was borrowed, and the borrower's privileges. Be sure to verify that a new due date has been granted, otherwise seek assistance at the Circulation Counter or call (808) 845-9221.
As of August 2, 2021, the UH System Libraries eliminated overdue fines for most items. This new policy applies only to daily fines for standard books.
Overdue fines for high demand items will remain in place for the following:
|Book Fines (applies only to non-standard materials)||$0.25 per day, per item|
|Recall Fines||$0.50 per day, per item|
|Media Fines (DVD / CD)||$1.00 per day, per item|
|Maximum Overdue Fines||$10.00 per item|
|Lost or Damaged Materials||Cost of item replacement plus
any overdue fines (if applicable) plus
a $10.00 non-refundable processing fee (per item)
Fines for overdue items are assessed daily, including weekends & holidays. Unpaid fines of $10.00 or more will result in a loss of borrowing privileges and other sanctions until fines are paid.
Reserve materials are short term loans of course textbooks, handouts, DVDs, and study guides that instructors have placed "on reserve" in the library.
FACULTY MEDIA REQUESTS
If you would like to borrow media (DVD / VHS) from another UH campus for a classroom showing, it is preferred that you schedule your request directly through Circulation Services at HonCC. Please call 845-9221, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by the Circulation Counter in person to make arrangements in advance.
DOCUMENT DELIVERY is a service for students, faculty, and staff to request journal, magazine, or newspaper articles not available in any HonCC library collection (print or online). Please see a reference librarian for assistance in submitting an article request.
|How many articles can I request?||Beginning Spring 2018, students are allowed to submit a maximum of eight (8) article requests per semester. Students are primarily encouraged to locate academic articles through HonCC library's print and digital collections before requesting items through the document delivery service.|
|How long does it take to receive an article?||Digital delivery via UH email takes approximately 1-3 working days (This is dependent on work flow at the requesting and loaning libraries.) Articles only available from hard bound publications or on microfilm will take longer to process.|
|Is there a charge?||Articles of less than 50 pages are free.
For articles over 50 pages, there may be a $3.00 charge. (Fees may vary)
|How do I receive document requests?||Most requests are delivered electronically. You will receive an email with a PDF attachment or instructions on accessing the article from a "file drop" (access information will be provided). In some cases, you may be required to pick up a print article directly from the library.|
|How will I know when my article is available?||You will receive a message at your official UH email account.
*Be advised that not all materials may be requested or available.
Back issues of print magazines and newspapers are shelved in the Circulation Department and may be requested at the counter with your UH ID card. Publication dates vary by title.
The library also has back issues of local newspapers in MICROFILM format. Microform reader machines are located on the first floor. Scanned microforms can be saved as digital files onto a thumb drive. Please seek assistance from library staff.