Borrowing Policies & Procedures

  • Most books, scores, and a number of other kinds of items within our collections are considered regular circulating materials unless noted as “non-circulating,” or placed on reserves.  These materials are located at various locations...
  • Many items in the media library found in the library catalog can be checked out. Special loan periods, renewal procedures, and fines rates apply.
  • Many Music Library audio materials can be borrowed unless they are marked as “non-circulating,” or have been placed on reserves.
  • In most cases, periodicals are non-circulating materials. However, some periodicals in print form may be checked out for short periods of time according to the following rules.
  • Loan periods for reserve items are specified by the instructor. Reserve items and laptops have shorter borrowing periods and higher fines rates than most other materials.
  • In order to borrow materials, you must present a valid ID. UNT students, faculty and staff can check out materials using their UNT ID card. All other users must register with the Library Services...
  • Information about recall policies for regular circulating items.
  • Information about bringing back materials you have checked out.

Fines and Fees Policies & Procedures

Reserves Policies & Procedures

  • This policy contains information related to placing general collection items on reserves.
  • Instructors may place Media Library items, personal items, or legal off-air recordings on reserve for students to view in the library. All reserve items are entered into the UNT Library Catalog...
  • The Music Library houses reserves for music classes. Materials on reserve in the Music Library may include books, scores, recordings, photocopies, or other personal items. Different policies and procedures apply to the various formats
  • The University of North Texas Libraries adheres to all applicable Copyright Laws outlined in Title 17 of the United States Code and the ...