Answered By: Amanda Peach
Last Updated: Dec 19, 2014     Views: 44

Community patrons...

Will only receive courtesy soon-to-be due and overdue notices if a current, working email address is on file with the library. Only overdue notices will be sent to community patrons who do not have an email address on file with the library. It is the responsibility of the patron to return items on time regardless of whether or not they receive courtesy notices.

 

Students...

Will receive courtesy notices of soon-to-be due and overdue items through their Berea email account. However, it is the responsibility of the borrower to return all items on time whether or not courtesy notices are received.

 

Faculty, staff and spouses...

Will receive courtesy notices of soon-to-be due and overdue items if a current, working email address is on file with the library. If there is not an email on file for a patron, only overdue notices will be sent to home addresses. However, it is the responsibility of the borrower to return all items on time whether or not courtesy notices are received.